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BRANDI ABRAHAM • CHERYL ADAMS • TIMOTHY AKINS • BRIAN 
ALBERT! • GABRIEL ALLEN • MARTIN ALLEN • TAMAR ANDRESON • 
MICHELLE ANDREWS • TIM ANTONIOTTI • TUCKER APPLE • MATT ARIETA • 
JEFF ARMSTRONG • KERRY ARNOLD • DAN AUSTIN • ARON AVENELL • ROBERT 
BADORE • JOEL BAILEY • MATT BALLANTINE • MATT BASLER • KEN BATES • MICHELLE 
BEARSE • GENE BELIVEAU • AMY BELLEVUE • ERIC BELTRAMINI • WILLIAM BEST • KRISTEN 
BETTS • JODI BILLINGS • JONATHAN BIRD • ALLISON BLACK • KEVIN BLAKEMAN • JOSHUA 
BOMBARDIER • RACHEL BOULEY • STEPHEN BRENNAN • EMILY BRISTOL • DAMIAN BROWN • SHEILA 
BUCKINGHAM • JILLIAN BUTLER • BOB CALLAHAN • TOM CAMPBELL • DANIELLE CAPPELLA • NICHOLAS 
CARBONE • MIRIAM CARDOOS • ALLISON CAREY • JAIME CAREY • ANDREA CARNABUCI • KRISTEN CARTER • JASON 
CASAVANT • CHRISTYN CHAMPAGNE • LAURA CHRISTIE • MICHELLE CIFUNI • KERIN CLOW • BOB COFFEY • MATT 
COHEN • RAYNE COLE • HERBRAY COLLINS • NICK CONDON • CHAD CONNELL • DANIEL CONNOLLY • SAMANTHA 
COOK -GEORGIA COOKE* NICK CORREIA* SARAH COSMAN • JON CROWLEY • 

JENNIFER CUNNINGHAM • STEVE DAME • ANDREW DARSCH • PATTI-ANN DAVIDSON • 

JASON DELAPPE • NAOMI DELOACH • EILEEN DELTUFO • DEHLIA DENNISON • SUZANNE 

DESELLIER • JILLIAN DIAUTO • MELISSA DICKSON • TENIKA DICKSON • SHAWN 

DINSMORE • SCHAUN DION • JENNIFER DOW • GWYNNE DOYLE • MIKE DOYLE • JIM 

DREW • JULIE DUPONT • GAYLE DURANT • ANDREW DWYER • LEANNE EDELMAN • 

JESSICA EKLUND • BRIAN EVANS • MARYBETH FABIAN • MARLENA FEDERICI • 

STEPHEN FERNANDES • BARRY FIGLIOLI • JANE FLANNERY • JASON FOLEY • ANDREW 

FRATES • DENISE FREEMAN • MARLANA GARRON • LISA GAUL • MATT GHILARDI • 

KATIE GIBBS • GERARD GLOVER • ROB GOLDMAN • NICOLE GOMES • GABRIELLE 

GONSALVES • RACHEL GORE • SIOBHAN GOWEN • MELISSA GREEN • MATT 

GUEVREMONT • JENNIFER HALL • JEANEHE HARBINSON • MICHELLE HARDIMAN • KELLY 

HARKINS • JESSIELEE HARRIS • MELISSA HARRIS • MELISSA HEARN • TANESHA 

HENRY • MATT HESTER • MATT HILLERY • BILLY HINCHEY • MONICA HORTON • 

RICHARD IKASALO • JEFFREY JACOBSON • PAMELA JAMESON • JAIME JANKOWSKI • 

SUZANNE JENKINSON'JOCELYN JENNINGS • MATT JEROME • HOPE JESSE • DAVID 

JOHNSON • KATE JOHNSON • MATT JOHNSON • SARAH JOHNSON • SCOTT 

JONES • LYDIA KANTOR • DANIEL KEEFE • BRIAN KELLEY • DAN KELLOGG • BETH 

KELLY • KIMBERLY KELLY • RICHARD KELLY • MARK KENERSON • KEVIN KENNEDY • KRISTIANE KEPNER • COURTNEY 
KERRIGAN • MICHELLE KING • JUU KLAUS • JEFFREY KNOWLES • MARK KOMEJKO • ERIC KRAFT • RYAN KRESSER • 
MEGHAN KYLE • DANIELLE LABRECQUE • DAN LAFFEY • BRIAN LAKOTA • ADAM LAVALLEY • JASON LAVALLEY • JULIE 
LAWSON • JEFFREY LAY • ROBIN LEA • STEVEN LECLAIR • ADAM LEE • JIE LEE • ANDREA LEONARD • KATE 
LEONTIE • TARA LEVESQUE • CLARISSA LEWIS • REBECCA LEWIS • JAMES LIBBY • MATT LINDE • SHARON 
USZANCKIE • SHAY LIVINGSTON • JOSEPH LOCKWOOD • SABRINA LONGO • MARLANA LOPES • KIMBERLY 
LORANCE • KATIE MACK • CHARLES MACPHERSON • JESSIE MADEIROS • PETER MAGUIRE • RICHARD 
MAGUIRE • CARRIE MAHONEY • AMY MANGELINKX • CRYSTAL MANNAI • GREGG MANNING • 
CHRISTINA MANTELLO • TIM MARCHAND • RICHARD MARI • ANGELA MARTIN • JOE MASCIO • LISA 
MASCIULLI • RYAN MAYNARD • DANIELLE MCAULEY • REBECCA MCBRIDE • KEN MCCALL • 
ROBERT MCCARTHY • ALLISON MCDERMOTT • WILLIAM MCDONALD • SHAUN MCFADDEN • 

PETER MCGRATH • TOM MCGUINNESS • 
NICOLE MCLORE • ERIN MCNAMARA • GREG 
MCSHARRY • SELMA MECHOVIC • NICHOLAS 
MICHALOWSKI • SARAH MILLER • PETER 
MILLIAS • ARTHUR MINER • GAIL 
MINICHIELLO • KEVIN MOBERG • LAUREN MOSCA • ERICA MULHERN • DAN MULLEN 

• SETH MULUKEN • KIM MULRAIN • ERIN , MURPHY • JENNIFER MURPHY • JEREMY 
MURPHY 'SANDRA MURRAY •ROBERT NEE • NICOLE NELCH • JENNA NELSON • 
BENJAMIN NEWTON • TRANG NGUYEN • BEN NODDIN • JESSICA NORTON • JEFF 
O'CONNELL • PAT O'CONNOR • CHRIS O'MEARA • SHANNON ORCUTT • BETH 
O'SULLIVAN • MEREDITH OWEN • BOB PALMA* MIKE PALMACCI* BRIAN PALMUCCI 
•JASON PARADISE* STEPHANIE PARROHA • MATT PATTS • KERRY PEACH • MATT 
PEARCE^ JOE PECK* TRACY PENDERGAST • CHRISTINA PETERSON • ELIZABETH 
PETITPAS • MELISSA PHIPPEN • JENNIFER PINO • MELISSA PIZZIMENTI • JUSTIN PLEAU 

• AMELIA POOLE • LAURA PREECE • CHRISTOPHER PRIOLA • ALAN PROVOST • 
SCOT RABOSKY • LAUREN RADUC • TIM RAFFERTY • CHRIS RAMSDELL • FRANK 
RIDGE • TIM RIEL • JASON ROBBINS • SARAH ROBERTS 'TODD ROBINSON •CRAIG 
ROGERS • ROBERT ROSANO • NEAL ROTTACH • JEREMY ROWE • CARRIE RUIT • 
KASEY RUSSELL • SEAN RUSSELL • WILLIAM RUSSELL • JOE RUSSO • LINDSAY RUSSO • MATT RYALLS • ANDREW 
SABA • ANDREA SACCO • ALLISON SANDA • JENNIFER SARNO • NICK SAVITSKI • RYAN SCANLON • JESSICA SCOTT 

• ELIZABETH SEATON • CHARLES SERGIO • SUZANNE SHAW • DAVID SHEA • BETH SHELDON • KELLY SHEPHERD 

• KRISTINA SHEPHERD • EMILY SHIAVONE • ROBERT SHORT • WES SHURTLEFF • MATT SILVA • SHAYNE SILVA 

• DAWN SIMMONS • HOLLY SIMONSON • DAN SMITH • AMANDA SNOW • AMY SNOW • JOSHUA SNOW 

• MATT SNYDER • ANDREW SPATH • KIM STANDISH • RYAN STEELE • MATT STEVENS • KAREN 

STEVENSON • KEITH STRACHAN • CARLIE SULLIVAN • GREGORY SULLIVAN • SHEILA 

SULLIVAN • DANIEL SWEET • SHANNON SWIFT • STEVEN SWINHART • MATTTEUTEN 

• ELIZABETH THURBIDE • BRIAN TICE • MIKE TRACEY • ALYCIA TRAVALINE • 

KEVIN VAUGHN • MIKE VICKERY • DAWNELLE VILLIARD • JACQUELINE 

VOYE • STEVEN VU • AMANDA WAGNER • BERNADETTE WAITT • 

JASON WALLACK • CHRIS WALSH • DAN WALSH • SUSANNAH 




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ARNOLD • DAN AUSTIN • ARON AVENELL • ROBERT BADORE • JOEL BAILEY • MATT BALLANTINE • MATT BASLER 
• KEN BATES • MICHELLE BEARSE • GENE BELIVEAU • AMY BELLEVUE • ERIC BELTRAMINI • WILLIAM BEST • KRISTEN 
BETTS • JODI BILLINGS • JONATHAN BIRD • ALLISON BLACK • KEVIN BLAKEMAN • JOSHUA BOMBARDIER • RACHEL 
BOULEY • STEPHEN BRENNAN • EMILY BRISTOL • DAMIAN BROWN • SHEILA BUCKINGHAM • JILLIAN BUTLER • BOB 
CALLAHAN • TOM CAMPBELL • DANIELLE CAPPELLA • NICHOLAS CARBONE • MIRIAM 

CARDOOS • ALLISON CAREY • JAIME CAREY • ANDREA CARNABUCI • KRISTEN CARTER 

• JASON CASAVANT • CHRISTYN CHAMPAGNE •LAURACHRISTIE* MICHELLE 
CIFUNI • KERIN CLOW • BOB COFFEY • MATT COHEN • RAYNE COLE • HERBRAYCOLLINS 

• NICK CONDON • CHAD CONNELL • DANIEL CONNOLLY • SAMANTHA COOK • GEORGIA 
COOKE • NICK CORREIA • SARAH COSMAN • JON CROWLEY • JENNIFER CUNNINGHAM 

• STEVE DAME • ANDREW DARSCH • PATTI- ANN DAVIDSON • JASON DELAPPE • NAOMI 
DELOACH • EILEEN DELTUFO • DEHLIA niCHMAWiroPAW DENNISON* SUZANNE DESELLIER* JILLIAN 
DIAUTO • MELISSA DICKSON • TENIKA e^.^^n^f'^i'!^™ „. DICKSON • SHAWN DIN 

DION • JENNIFER DOW • GWYNNE DOYLE • alLVbR LAKE REGIONAL H, S.MIKE DOYLE • JIM DREW • JULIE DUPONT 

• GAYLE DURANT • ANDREW DWYER • KINGSTON, MA 02364 LEANNE EDELMAN • JESSICA EKLUND • 
BRIAN EVANS • MARYBETH FABIAN • MARLENA FEDERICI • STEPHEN 
FERNANDES • BARRY FIGLIOLI • JANE FLANNERY • JASON FOLEY • ANDREW 
FRATES • DENISE FREEMAN • MARLANA 

GARRON • LISA GAUL • MATT GHILARDI • 
KATIE GIBBS • GERARD GLOVER • ROB 
GOLDMAN • NICOLE GOMES • GABRIELLE 
GONSALVES • RACHEL GORE • SIOBHAN 
GOWEN • MELISSA GREEN • MATT GUEVREMONT • JENNIFER HALL • JEANETTE HARBINSON 

• MICHELLE HARDIMAN • KELLY HARKINS • JESSIELEE HARRIS • MELISSA HARRIS • MELISSA 
HEARN • TANESHA HENRY • MATT HESTER • MATT HILLERY • BILLY HINCHEY • MONICA HORTON 

• RICHARD IKASALO • JEFFREY JACOBSON • PAMELA JAMESON • JAIME JANKOWSKI • SUZANNE 
JENKINSON • JOCELYN JENNINGS • MATT JEROME • HOPE JESSE • DAVID JOHNSON • KATE JOHNSON 

• MATT JOHNSON • SARAH JOHNSON • SCOTT JONES • LYDIA KANTOR • DANIEL KEEFE • BRIAN KELLEY 

• DAN KELLOGG • BETH KELLY • KIMBERLY KELLY • RICHARD KELLY • MARK KENERSON • KEVIN KENNEDY 

• KRISTIANE KEPNER • COURTNEY KERRIGAN • MICHELLE KING • JULI KLAUS • JEFFREY KNOWLES • MARK 
KOMEJKO • ERIC KRAFT • RYAN KRESSER • MEGHAN KYLE • DANIELLE LABRECQUE • DAN LAFFEY • BRIAN LAKOTA 

• ADAM LAVALLEY • JASON LAVALLEY • JULIE LAWSON • JEFFREY LAY • ROBIN LEA • STEVEN LECLAIR • ADAM LEE 

• JIE LEE • ANDREA LEONARD • KATE LEONTIE • TARA LEVESQUE • CLARISSA LEWIS • REBECCA LEWIS • JAMES LIBBY 

• MATT LINDE • SHARON LISZANCKIE • SHAY LIVINGSTON • JOSEPH LOCKWOOD • 
SABRINA LONGO • MARLANA LOPES • KIMBERLY LORANCE • KATIE MACK • 
CHARLES MACPHERSON • JESSIE MADEIROS • PETER MAGUIRE • RICHARD 
MAGUIRE • CARRIE MAHONEY • AMY MANGELINKX • CRYSTAL MANNAI • GREGG 
MANNING • CHRISTINA MANTELLO • TIM MARCHAND • RICHARD MAPI • ANGELA 
MARTIN • JOE MASCIO • LISA MASCIULLI • RYAN MAYNARD • DANIELLE MCAULEY • 
REBECCA MCBRIDE • KEN MCCALL • Library ROBERT MCCARTHY • ALLISON 
MCDERMOTT • WILLIAM MCDONALD....' j ^j^ opQiAnal Hiqh SchOOlSHAUN MCFADDEN • PETER MCGRATH • 
TOM MCGUINNESS • NICOLE MCLORE"^®' ^^'^ ? tl\ mora ERIN MCNAMARA • GREG MCSHARRY • 
SELMA MECHOVIC • NICHOLAS Kingston, MA U<d<ib4 MICHALOWSKI • SARAH MILLER • PETER 
MILLIAS • ARTHUR MINER • GAIL MINICHIELLO • KEVIN MOBERG • LAUREN 
MOSCA • ERICA MULHERN • DAN MULLEN • SETH MULUKEN • KIM MULRAIN • ERIN 
MURPHY • JENNIFER MURPHY • JEREMY MURPHY • SANDRA MURRAY • ROBERT 
NEE • NICOLE NELCH • JENNA NELSON • BENJAMIN NEWTON • TRANG NGUYEN • 
BEN NODDIN • JESSICA NORTON • JEFF O'CONNELL • PAT O'CONNOR • CHRIS 
O'MEARA • SHANNON ORCUTT • BETH O'SULLIVAN • MEREDITH OWEN • BOB 
PALMA • MIKE PALMACCI • BRIAN PALMUCCI • JASON PARADISE • STEPHANIE PARROTTA 

• MATT PATTS • KERRY PEACH • MATT PEARCE* JOE PECK* TRACY PENDERGAST 

• CHRISTINA PETERSON • ELIZABETH PETITPAS • MELISSA PHIPPEN • JENNIFER PINO • MELISSA PIZZIMENTI • JUSTIN 
PLEAU • AMELIA POOLE • LAURA PREECE • CHRISTOPHER PRIOLA • ALAN PROVOST • SCOT RABOSKY • LAUREN 

RADUC • TIM RAFFERTY • CHRIS RAMSDELL • FRANK RIDGE • TIM RIEL • JASON ROBBINS • SARAH ROBERTS • TODD 

ROBINSON • CRAIG ROGERS • ROBERT ROSANO • NEAL ROTTACH • JEREMY ROWE • CARRIE RUIT • KASEY 

RUSSELL • SEAN RUSSELL • WILLIAM RUSSELL • JOE RUSSO • LINDSAY RUSSO • MATT RYALLS • ANDREW 

SABA • ANDREA SACCO • ALLISON SANDA • JENNIFER SARNO • NICK SAVITSKI • RYAN SCANLON 

• JESSICA SCOTT • ELIZABETH SEATON • CHARLES SERGIO • SUZANNE SHAW • DAVID SHEA 

• BETH SHELDON • KELLY SHEPHERD • KRISTINA SHEPHERD • EMILY SHIAVONE • 

ROBERT SHORT • WES SHURTLEFF • MATT SILVA • SHAYNE SILVA • DAWN 

SIMMONS • HOLLY SIMONSON • DAN SMITH • AMANDA SNOW • AMY SNOW 

• JOSHUA SNOW • MATT SNYDER • ANDREW SPATH • KIM STANDISH • 

RYAN STEELE • MATT STEVENS • KAREN STEVENSON • KEITH 



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Regional High School 

Kingston, MA 02364 

Torch 

Volume 41 



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Table of Contents 

Dedication 4 

Seniors 5 

Underclassmen 91 

Administration & Faculty. 99 

Sports 113 

Clubs 143 

Business and Parent Ads 157 




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The courtyard outside the library was prepared for the expansion. 




Inside the new structure, work continued even on hot summer days 
when we were at the beach. 



Rising to New Heights 




Like this crane, our school will continue to rise to new heights. 




As our Junior year came to a 
close, both school custodi- 
ans and local construction 
workers began the momen- 
tous task of remodeling the 
school in preparation for our 
Senior year. The construc- 
tion of a new and larger li- 
brary, fixing the roof, and 
preparing for portable class- 
rooms so the freshmen could 
join the high school began. 
Now as our Senior year is 
near its end, both the school 
and the students are still 
rising to new heights! 




Around August 1, the finishing work began on the new computer 
area of the library. 



Rising to New Heights 




Enthusiasm and 
Sportsmanship 

The Class of 1996 proudly 

dedicates this yearbook to 

Mr. Joseph Darche. 

Mr. Darche has been teaching American history and 
sociology at Silver Lake since 1984. In the classroom 
he brings history to life. Whether he is portraying a 
Minute Man or telling a story about Abe Lincoln, his 
enthusiasm for teaching is evident. Always probing 
beyond the visible limits of a subject, he brings a 
greater understanding of history to his students. 

His enthusiasm does not stop when he leaves the 
classroom. He has also devoted himself to coaching 
cross-country, winter track, and track and field. His 
spirit and sportsmanship radiate to his teams. He is a 
teacher who truly energizes his students and makes 
learning fun. 






Dedication 




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Brandi Abraham 



Timothy M. Akins 



Brian W. Albert! 



Fam your da gratest Work thanx 4everything. 
Cari Steph Shan What lok?Kery car jams Ema 
Make it stop Dee bash94 Shel party93 Beth be 
good suma93 Stev Mil95 jumn with shen.riky 
Shel Ema Shan Dee KeryLYLAS ill neva 4get 
yal43. Grama Grampa miss ya 143. Can't believe 
it's over. 



Thanx MOM,DAD,Phil,Scott and Kristen. Good 
luck Arieta(keep lifting) Joey944,Nick,Blakes, 
Woodsy,Matty,Mike,Wally and Shneedz. Thanx 
Mr.J. and all soccer boyz,BobbyJpuka and the 
New Barbarians. Scotland 95,let the good times 
roll in soho. "Nope" 



Thanks to my family; Allison-"You've Got A 
Friend"; Michelle-"In My Life", Bloomy's Out- 
side; Tice-Where are we?, the hill; Bill-Chilli's 
Super Bowl; Jen-No, and I don't care; Steve-Bel 
Air, Simpsons; Marty-Batman's a scientist; Greg- 
Doubles; Chris Payne, Matt Perry, and anyone I 
missed 




Gabriel Allen 



Martin H. Allen 



Tamar Andreson 



Thanks to Mom + Dad 4 everything! To my 
family 1 love you all! Aaron your still the only 
person who can make me smile! To Kase I'll 
always beheve in you.Jess-magic mellos! To 
Erin,Bob,Colleen,Kim,Heather,etc. Don't just 
live life LOVE life!! Matthew 17:20. God Bless! 




Seniors 




Michelle T. Andrews 

Momjimmy-I LUV YOU BOTHITina-greenie 
herself;red light!BeepBeep!Going to Jamaica! 
Thanx 4 all. Ana you're a fighter.Sandbox,oops- 
ink!Lucky bunny!Scott;6 grade /years," I do it 4 
you",prom95.Morethanwords!Ryan-wall;stars 
Lisa-4th;apple.Jon-EncinoMan. Softball! ! 



Timothy J. Antoniotti 

Thanks Mom,Dad,Scott and Jeff for all your 
time,patience and $.1 luv you all. Thanks fro all 
the good times Greg, Brian, Wes, Chopper, 
Brendon,Harkins. Bad Boys Club To all the boys 
in th keltic crew(Same as it ever was) The Nook 
summer of '93. Keefe for president! Liz 



Tucker S. Apple 

1 love you Mom Dad Lauri-Duxbury '95 - Matty, 
best pals-Doyle+Geuv,Captains forever-still not 
on roids-bad term paper-Jess,I know-Al,Hurnt- 
"To believe is to be strong"-Mr.Silver Lake '94- 
A toast, to all that's unsaid 




Matthew M. Arieta 

Thanks Mom,Dad,Rick,Mike,Al,Jen,Gram Good 
luck Akins(Liscence?),Nick,Elyce,Joe/944, 
Matty,Wally,Doyle,Arty,Snyder,Cals,Crowley, 
Matt,Swartz,BASKETBALL: Brenna/Rice, 
Laffey,Blakes,Bond, Thanks Coach Tim are you? 



Jeffrey J. Armstrong 

Don't let success, laughter, or money interfere 
with the feelings of others. Oh Yeah-Scoosclious 
Trang. Mouse Teduced. Thanks Mom, Dad, 
Kristin and the rest of my family. 



Kerry L. Arnold 

Thanx Mom Dad Teejay I couldn't have done it 
without you. Glenn it's tacky. Mel,Pam,Liz, 
Rachel,Juli,Jen,Kelly,Hope,Glenn 1 luv you all. 
Tim dance? Doug trunk? Juli penny nickel dime? 
Pam friends 4-ever. Adam Stinky. Jen we finally 
made it. Good luck "96" 



Seniors 







Daniel Austin 



Aron R. Avenell 



Robert J. Badore, Jr. 



Thanks to Mom,Dad,l made it.Thanks to Mr. 
SoleChief,Mr.PowelI.TheCrew,Todd,Dave,Tom 
Chuck Thanks to Jake,Mike,Kerry,Stefanie,Lori 
Mari,DannyJessica,Tricia,Travis,ED,Rich,Ryan 
for the best friends a guy could have. 



This is for you Grampa and Uncle Mitxh. The 
Most important four years of my life have come 
and now they are gone and will not be forgotten, 
TechPrep English,DECA Nationals" Success is 
accomplished only by those who face the hard 
times and don't turn around and run" BYE SL. 





Joel D. Bailey 



Matthew B. Ballantine 



Matthew Basler 



Goodbye Silver Lake! Greetings and thanks to 
Mr. Yellow Einstein, Tye Rouben, and all the 
rest. Remember, Jolt Cola, Bird seed, and Duct 
tape are the thread of life. Diversity and Risk are 
the spice of life, and everything else is, well, 
everything else. Oh No! We're being attacked! 
Scholars to the front!!! 



Thanx MOM DAD DJ + KAREN (Arty Chris 
Rich) "4 H-Men" Jit "944" 'Steele' Walsh + 
Laffey*Jon Keefe Tim Pits Nick Porto MikeD Zit 
Cals Kelly Tito Little sis Shan + the gang Romey 
+ 104 NE PATS '95 Smithfield- Golf Beasties* 
"Z" Party Hotel Walkin the Plank! 



Thankz-Mom,Shan,Dad-I luv you guys. Hey 
Krafty we finally make it. Evans-Poky Coky- 
Wings. SL Football #81 Duxbury-"Time For 
Some Action" Tucker,Mike,Chico,Blakes,Geuv, 
Hous and all the boys,it's been fun. 




Seniors 




Kenneth C. Bates 



Michelle M. Bearse 



Gene Beliveau 



rhanks Mom+Dad,Merri,Ryan my best friend, 
ay,Dan,Foley,Kristen,Kurt 67-94,christmas 
•at,Keith,Nancy,Robbie,Ezekiel 25:17,May the 
orce be with you thanks to all the girls i had 
rrushes on,Mrs.Record,Trent,Quentin,Mark I 
niss you,Younga,Michelle ruhh Josh,kill the 
Tionkey!,Nick,Barry,Mrs.Gould,oh well what- 
!ver, nevermind 



Mom Dad Bri Thanks AUi Devil/ Angel Dee 
Brown Eye Girl Bran Wild Child Emily Innocent 
Rose Tim I Have a Special Place in my Heart For 
You.My Cuddlebunch Shan Steve Miller Jul 
Hootie Mag Bad Taste Peejay Munchkins Ken 
Roar!Kerry Party Nelch Nut Clarissa Toots 



Thanks Ma c& Dad, all the family ,Jen sis I Luv 
you, Nel, Ace, Libby I Luv you always,rU never 
forget all the memories and smiles you bring to 
me, "WHOSE GIRL ARE YOU" Knock 3 times 
ROOM 202. Jeff Sealaway . Thanks to my friends 
Bob,Todd,Todd, Bob, Frank, Greg, Matt, Amy, 
Carol. 




Amy M. Bellevue 



Eric J. Beltramini 



Kristen M. Betts 



"hanks Mom Dads Michael Fram.I luv you all. 
ihan 2 much 2 say,Buddy luv you 4-ever,Izzy 
I'ou are the best,Jenny my car!Kristin /Scott old 
imes,Brian whateverlDees bash,New Jersey, 
>arage.2 everyone else you know who you are. 
o all the good times we had and more to come 
5EST WISHES "96"! 



Special Thanks Mom Dad Adam Dino Jen 
Bill&Linda I Love you guys! *Soccer*# 16*Base- 
ball*#41 Cpt.Bob the Scottish Connection.Jon 
I'm broke$ Mel don't trip trying to reach that 
star*BABY*Brian we got it! Frank be good Hey 
Steele lets run then party Good Luck LEO& 
Class of 96. 



Thanz Mom,Dad,Kate,Pop luv ya-Karyn+Lynn 
best friends 4ever-Eric thanx sweetie-Brian 
SHOTGUN-Brownie you are a cutie-KATIE 
GIBBS-Larry LOOK BOTH WAYS-Dawnelle 
MEN-Jane+Lisa Steve Miller-Lillie PIDDLE- 
DEETER 7period. THANX 4 THE MEMORIES 
SL. 



Seniors 




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Jodi M. Billings 

Ma Dad Todd THANX*Todd (Attitude) Thanx 
4 everything *Joel Always in my Heart-Missa 
Little Sis-Kev Capeway Gang Kress We're There- 
Swiftly *9/22*Oreo-Jamie Keep your head up- 
Cheer 93-96-My Football Boys-And to all my 
Friends, Thanx 4 the memories 



Jonathan E. Bird 

We're done at last! Thank you Mom Dad Jeff 
Amy Jim. Tim, want to run to cumbies? Adam, 
I'm breathing, Andy, keep puttin the smack 
down, Jess the mothership will come someday 
Greg-do you have any shrubberies? Louise, 
florence thanx. Everyone else, it's been cool. Off 
to the big crazy world we go, have fun. 



Allison E. Black 

Mom-Thanz4beingthere.Dad,Ky,Mum,Colkel- 
I LuvYou! Trail Mixer.Cheer94-6,Hot Stuff! 
Jaime-Busted!Cifun-2mint.Court-Boys?!Lis-Oh, 
no!Mar-(3). Gregg-Star.Mis-Wheres your car? 
Bran-3cycle.Dan&Bri-Friends 4 ever.Hannana. 
Thanx 2 all my friends for helping me through 
it. 




Kevin B. Blakeman 

Thanks Mom+Dad,Kelly,Chris #87Football "95" 
end of streak"Time 4 sum Aksion"Thanks 
coaches,Tuck,Doyle,Guieva,Thanks Mr. Arieta, 
Matt,Brenna for a great season;Troupa-Miller 
concert,movie at Heidi's,Nicole ya loser, Patti, 
Akins,Crowley,Tracy-Talkin?,Hession,Bond 



Joshua C. Bombardier 

Thanks for everything Mom and Dad. Thanks 
for a great summer , Malooga, Ekim, Dug, Streek, 
Laura, and Mud. Canobie Lake and Riverside 
were a good time. I LUV YOU Laura Jan. 26, 
1995. I wish you all good luck next year and 
years to come. 



Rachel L. Bouley 

Thanks Mom Dad Jess Andrew Jeff-luv you 
Don-thank you, love you Jill & Katie- 8-8-95 
Right Now Juli- stop dat Danielle- bambam, 
angel.huh? Jess Jon Kerry-Howie/Bill! Butch- 
Grease,baby Corey- Holymoly: up all night! 
Sara- best friends SLsoccer95 Good luck class of 
96. 




Seniors 




"J\fow this is not 

the end. It is not 

even the beginning 

of the end. '^ut, it is, 

perhaps, the end of 

the beginning." 

-Winston Churchill 



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Stephen R. Brennan 

Thanz Mom Dad Jane MaryBeth Mike-Andy- 
likebrothers to me. Mr J & Mr.A-SL soccer #13- 
Hoop#14-cptn-Tennis. Doyl-good times- Arieta- 
all hands-Ryan-need your computer? Jerm-Al- 
Steve-old hood. Jerry orSteriing? Blake-Birdie- 
Kristen-Jon-Nick-Snyder-Grand Slams. Me 
worry-Never? 



Emily H. Bristol 

Dad,Mom,Willc&family,Thanks 4 being there! 
Track&XCountry-Thanks Darche! Pasta nites, 
ribbons,rain run 94-1 luv you guys!"What the 
mind believes, the body achieves."Eileen,Gayle, 
Rachel,Lauren&Jo-you all mean so much 2 me! 
Good luck 2 all my friends!Hold on 2 the memo- 
ries! 




Sheila M. Buckingham 

Thanks Mom,Dad,Shelley,Sheri,Danny,CJ.I love 
you. We finally did it!Alycia-Spain 94-"Can you 
handle it?"Friends Forever.JiU"Chics on blades" 
How'd we meet?Scott-Thanks for everything. 
Bucch-Gym.Lisa"Still grounded?"Good Luck 
lass of '96. 



Jillian N. Butler 

Mom,Dad,Lau,Jack thanz. Kate NotEnuf 
Cape.Jen nans,Maine.Shelbv,Warren, Mikey 8- 
28 Eric,Bri-the pond.CHUCK CHECK YOUR 
MIRRORS! Chad You Would!ChrisJohn, Joey 
suma 95. Rachel up all nite-Donnie&Corey. 
Andy,Adam-Thelma#l Sheila 3 wheels. THANX 
SL-GOOD LUCK '96! 



Robert F. Callahan 

Thanks Mom Dad Mike Brian Love you all 
Special thanks to Colleen Love you always Whats 
up guys Palmacci Weldon Peck Doyle Akins 
Arieta Condon Laffey Ballantine Miner and Ted 
Rink fest Mike Jankowski Trev Dion Becca and 
special thanks to Julie love you Good Luck "96" 



Seniors 




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Thomas E. Campbell 



Danielle Cappella 



Nicholas V. Carbone 



Thanks Mom,Dad,Amy,Sean.Good luck Boomer 
Dan,Mike,Arthur,Savitski,Laffy,MattyB,Chris 
(101) SL Hockey #15 94-95 Season, Tournament 
Bound.Well Path, DON'T DO THAT! It's been 
real. 



Thankyou Mom and Dad for helping me through 
my school years, and for always being there for 
me. I wish my two brothers Doug and Justin will 
have a great time in their years of school. 




Miriam Cardoos 

"We are the music makers, and we are the 
dreamers of dreams." 

-Willy Wonka 



Allison A. Carey 

Thanks Mom Dad Joe Ca & Suz. Good Luck- 
Julie Kerry Clarissa Scott Gwynne Tanesha 
Michelle Laura & Christyn. 3/95-Club Vibe! 
Barn Jams! Gab-Never Forget Onset!! Carl- 
Where Are You This Time? Deeter per 7, Kelly 
Its Been Fun! 6/3/95-Remember the Bubbles. 
Good Luck '96. 



Jaime L. Carey 

Thank you Mom,Dad & Craig for everything 
you have done for me. Mom-you are my best 
friend. I love you all so much. To Chris-I love 
you! You are so special to me. Marybeth-Thanks 
for being a good friend to me. Good Luck to all 
my friends and to the Class of 1996!! 



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Seniors 




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Andrea Carnabuci 

rhanks Mom and Dad It's been greal Jill & 
jeorgia Junior English Buck gym again Boules 
jrease Lives Janie psychic pal Jill Nickelodeon 
iarah Fribbles-Fun Dan X Files Tammi need gas 
noney Kris Get off my train Patti Don' t Tell Kim 
Andrea Sarah Matt Justin Thanks 



Kristen M. Carter 

Mom and Dad thanks! Scot-you better get outta 
my face right now! Jenn-best friends forever 
have fun with Joey! Chooch-look at me! Do 1 
look happy? Pat-you're new aren't you? Chris- 
rU love you always, never forget! Thanks for the 
memories guys! We finally made it! 



Jason Casavant 

Thanks Mom,Skip,Selynn,Trish,Erin. And to the 
Crew,Matt,Smith & Dan. Summer of '95, volley- 
ball, pool, poker. Winter in New Hampshire 
skiing. Rusty and Red Door "Are you 
Serious?","Dude". How are feeling Dan, Quar- 
ter jar,JEEP,hope you get one Matt. Later Silver 
Lake. 




Christyn D. Champagne 

rhanks Mom Dad Craig Barb Gram-Luv you 
en&Jimy-4ever Marc&Tyler-you are the best 
\ndrea-Best Friends-Luv you Laura-Best 

riends-you scare me With a smile Scott-Get a 
zarjonh-l'm glad I waited Leanne-I'm here4you 

lab-Tea Siobhan-upstairs Nettie Missy Alan 

Irystal GOOD LUCK '96 



Laura A. Christie 

Mom&Dad-Thanks for being there,! luv you 
Jim-l'm innocent Mike-l'll never move out Kerri- 
97 Finally, luv you like a sister Matt-Your Laura, 
always Christyn-Best Friends, You scare me. 
Hurry up, Blinkie, Summer '95 Scott-You're my 
sparkle*Good Dreams, Movies-GOOD LUCK 
96. 



Michelle J. Cifuni 

Thanks Mom,Dad+Family I Luv You! Todd 8/ 
24/92 1 Luv You We'll Be"Together 4ever"Piche 
No Papa Ginos Mar+Mer-Rafting Alli-2Mint! 
Bob Todd+Ace-Keep Your Head Up Good 
Things Will Come! Thanks Mr.S SL'95 Soccer 
Capt.#5-Miss You!Stephen I Miss You-i-l'll Never 
4get You! 



Seniors 





Kerin E. Clow 



Robert A. Coffey, Jr. 



Matthew A. Coheii 



To the Clow clan-thanks 4 everything! Jeff-1 /6/ 
94- Your the bestest chum. Two's a perfect 
number.Amy-best buddy,so many memories! 
Al-Bob Dylan.Sus-You Heifer! Cheeseballs, 
LIVE, Grease,The Ledge.To the crew-Your the 
greatest! In this great future we can't forget our 
past. 



Thanks to my Mom and Dad. The gang Keith, 
Mike,Andy,Brian,Doug,Josh,Rob,Laura,Becky, 
Rachel,Daniell,KaitIyn. Buy Chevy or Just don't 
buy! Keith put the T. A. on the road. Andy good 
luck but it won't happen dude. What's up for 
tonight? Purity. NO 



Excellent, A farewell to some of those friends 1 
won't soon forget. Bates, Bird, Bouley, Carter, 
Correia, Johnson, Rabosky, Woodbury. Always 
keep in touch, as 1 shall. 




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We made it! It was a long tough time but we 
managed. Jackie, Amelia, everyone from band, 
and everyone from the Colony keep in touch. 
We're all going our own ways, but we'll always 
have these times to remember. I feel like I've 
been here 4ever it's hard to believe it's only been 
5 years. Virginia Beach in '93. Good luck every- 
one! 



Nicholas Condon 

Thanks Mom,Dad,Sab. Congratulations and 
good luck to everyone especially Jon-stay healthy 
Arieta-nice hands, Joey, Mike, Tim, BaIlan- 
tine,ArtMiner,Walshy,Ryan,Cals-salad,Brenna- 
you will sometime, fiincLee,Dames,Laffey, 
Jerome,Shneedz,Ru,Keefe. 



Chad R. Connell 

Thanks to: Dad(for pushing me-I love you), the 
family, Brian"Dude the heavy riff ",Carlie,Sarah, 
Ken,JiH"Buttons",Sias"Surf's up",Carl,Jackie, 
Steve,Nicole,Scott,Mountain Dew, Burger King 
Special Thanks-Brian,Wayne,+Chris »ETERNAL 
SUFFERING*,Be open minded. Support Local 
Music, Go CRAZY-Later... 



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Seniors 




Daniel K. Connolly 

Thanks To:Mom and Dad; Kresser How's that 
parking meter, Scotty I wont say a word Kev, I 
don't know you man, Steph don't cry over spUt 
milk. Drew, Mari, Walshie, Who's got a tin, 
2arrie, Hallahan wrong train buddy, Capeway . 
fo all the boys SUMMA 95! 



Samantha L. Cook 

Mom Dad Thanx Luv always Chris thanx 4 a 
friendship 2 count on Tom my tag Andrew 
thanx you are the best Never been happier Great 
memories&more Luv you Always 4 ever& a day 
Suz I'll never forget all our laughs Friends 4 ever 
Jen Melis Jul thanx 4 good times Lib SL hoops 



Georgia R. Cooke 

Hi Jill, Chris and the Sea Monkey gang! Build- 
ing #19 rules! Bowl till you drop. Bickfords is 
the place to be. Car games. Thanks Mom, Tim 
and Dad. The proms were great. Kimmy's par- 
ties. Kick. Grapies! Colony Kids. Mayonnaise 
head. Camp was groovy. Nyiah! 







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Nicholas P. Correia 

A toast, "To good friends and times never to be 
forgotten". I bid adieu and best wishes to some 
of those I shall not soon forget ...Bates,Cohen, 
Clow, DeLappe,DelTufo, Foley, Hester,Klaus, 
Tueton,Woodbury, and Young. A sincere and 
heartfelt farewell to Jessica Wozniak. Keep in 
touch. 




Sarah J. Cosman 

To myFam..LUVYOUALW AYS! Thanx Joanne/ 
Josh Avepals neva4-get & miss you. Summa" 95" 
can't til "96" . sheri peri,yin & yang. Triumverate 
4-eva remember? To Rest of my bestest friends 
miss y'all & good luck. All my best to the other 
classes hope ya make it. 



Jonathan Crowley 

mom dad rachelsara... thanx.. .*HEATHER*best 
pals mike joey nick stevie danny...sl football- 
SHUT YOUR MOUTH!- hah cue! you wackin 
porto star.. .to anyone 1 forgot. ..peace out. 



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Jennifer M. Cunningham 



Steven Dame 



Andrew Darsch 



Thanks Mom, Sherry and Dad! Love you Ahola, 
Gilbert, Agostini! Trcnouth thanks for making 
English a great experience. Laughlin and Slattery 
thanks for your help. Never could have made it 
vifithout you two! Joe your a great friend! Jared 
I love you! Goodbye Class of 1996! 




Patti-Ann Davidson 



Jason M. DeLappe 



Naomi DeLoach 



We did it! Cole are you normal!Camp/Woods. 
Renee Florida 4-18-95. Jess Hampton. Toms 
house. Gayle,Matt,Joey Good Luck! Kevin,Tim, 
Heidi summer 95.* Brian 8-19-95 I love you* 
Mrs. R thanks 4 the help. McLores your the best. 
Love you Mom,Dad+Family. 



ThanxFam. ThanxSara Luv you. Pals, ToysRU 
crew, luv you guys, you rock! VolvoManiac, Mi 
Rizz, Peer Counseling, Keanu, "Blister in th 
Sun", TheState, SavedByTheBell. "What 
wouldn't give to find a soulmate/Someone els 
to catch this drift". "WHATEVER!" Its beei 
real... 




Seniors 




Eileen M. DelTufo 



Dehlia R. Dennison 



Suzanne Desellier 



Thankyou so much Mom&Dad Brian&Kate- It's 
Louie! Kara *Thanks for being so cool* Chrissy 
I miss you so much Heather Tocatoca Buh Bye 
Emily Oh my gosh you tattle tale All my run- 
ning pals Pokey Lolla"94" Prom steamroll dance 
with log! R.E.M."95" B-dayBash"95" "Stand in 
the place where you are"-R.E.M. 



FAMILY-LUV YOU! ShelEma,Bran,Al,Kery, 
Niki,Shan,Clara,Tina,Beth,Leanne-ALWAYS! 
Jule-Chats! Summer 93' ''Open Arms* My Bash! 
Prom,Hootie,Barn Jams!*007 Night* Closets, 
Cousin, Police, Laughter, Brown Eyed Girl- 
NEMASKET-No Pink Floyd?! Mustang Sally! 
FRIENDSHIPS LAST 4EVER! 



Thanx Mom,Dad,Mike+Family. Carolyne,Staci, 
Jackie,Jeff,Jared,Pitheads,Rayne,Mr.B,Mr.H,+ 
Bloomy-Thanx Alot! Jess,I luv You! To the band 
1 leave my best friends and memories. Brianne- 
No Good! 4Square,Band Camp,VA Beach,Blue 
Bows. Thanx to the Post. Chris-Elton John 95! 








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Jillian E. Diauto 



Melissa Dickson 



Shawn K. Dinsmore 



Georgia,Chris,the whole Monkey Gang. I love 
you guys! We've had the best times. Bickfords, 
cargames, dresses at Building #19, Mobile Sta- 
tion, wet willies, grapes, Hole, the Prom, the 
fountain, headaches from laughing too hard. 
Not enough room. Never forget. Nyiah! 



SIOBHAN-the 9th grade & experiments! CRYS- 
TAL-speaking & the good ol'days! CHRISTYN- 
the 'good girl'! KIM-the good & the bad. MOM- 
You could never be Duplicated! NANA-Thanks 
for EVERYTHING! As for the Future,take care 
& Good Luck! Miss you all! Seniors Class of 96! 



Thanks Mom,Dad, and all my friends. Good 
luck in the future. Xcountry and track were fun. 
The mad Escort and cappuccino in the morning. 
Mt. Dew all the time. Muy bien. "All part of me 
Lucky Charms." Bye Silver Lake. May the force 
be with you. The Dragon is Reborn. 



Seniors \ 17 





Schaun M. Dion 



Jennifer L. Dow 



Gwynne A. Doyle 



Cronin Vaughny Harkey Powd-Heat Lawnboy! 
Pepsi with Mo-Journeys North-Baileys Pt. 2 Dans 
-Library incident-C/Horse at beacli-Matee- 
Googz & Demeets-N.H. mud-C.C and Track 
with Darch-Rabath w/ Mitch-Firefighter-Thanks 
for everythingMomDadHeathMelisGrama- 
ILoveYou! 



Thanks Mom and Dad I Love You Special Thanks 
Tanya Christina Dan Trenton Tim Liz Bob Tina 
Mrs Gazzola couldn't have done it without you. 
*Scott* I Love You April of '95 Strider My pride 
and Joy Mr G The best 3 years of my School Life, 
finally out of your class. DECA 93-96 well 1 
Finally made it! Paul Don't eva Forget the Beach 
Days. 



Love + thanx 2 my family .The Garrons thanx 4 
all luv you!Nanie my best friend thanx 4 all 
you've done luv ya!(Baby Baby)Billy Herbray 
John-luv you guyslBoo -i- Babies, I'm here 
4eva.Lisa + Stacey-more fun 2 comelDion + Des, 
friends 4eva *Snookie* much respect 2 all I for- 
got. 





Michael P. Doyle 



James W. Drew 



Julie A. DuPont 



Thanks God Ma Dad Kim Kerry Mrs. Peck 
Duponts*Julie*10-31-92 Friends For Life: Joey 
Jon BrennaMattys Tim Bill Nick CoCaps Gueva 
Tucka&myBoys Dre& Bondo Knight Murph 
Sorrento Giambanco Arieta-1 Listened! SL Foot- 
ball Pride BasketbalKmy bad) see ya 96! 



Thanx Mom, Dad, Jamie & God for all you're 
support. Some good times were had by all. Keep 
those rules of life Greg. Remember the plan? 
Peter - Virginia Beach & Dre. Rich the fatball 
hero. Guve-There's no cameras. Courtney thanks 
for being there. Head-relax. Good Luck every- 
one. Later 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Tommy, Jen, Gram-you guys 
are the best. 1 love you! *Mike*10/31 /92! Sarno- 
Hey Pal- What would 1 do without you? Nicole 
you are my sunshine (ace)! Tracy-Walk me half 
way! Bob-Dazed and Confused! Love Ya! Mel- 
issa, Julie, Allison, Dirty Dancing? Good Luck 
96! 




Seniors 





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Gayle M. Durant 

Thanks for everything Mom Dad and Heather. 
Matt summer 95 lot's of memories love you 
Alycia salami sub. Nicole and Patti-Ski Trip 94 
great time Em my running buddy Adam 
^wimteam Jill goldfish. Andrea and John study 
hall Junior Prom Matt Cross Country love you 
juys. 



Andrew Dwyer 



Leanne M. Edelman 



Mom, Dad & Erika-Thank you for all the sup- 
port and everything else you've done for me. I 
Love You! Mrs. Gilchrist-Thanks for all the help. 
Michelle & Christyn-Thanks for always being 
there for me. Our memories will last a lifetime. 






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Jessica A. Eklund 



Brian D. Evans 



Marybeth Fabian 



Thanx Mom and Dad— you are the wind beneath 
my wings. Beth, Kirk, Charis, Makenzie, I love 
you. Class of 1996-the ride is just beginning! 
Tamar, Robin, Pickle, Melissa, Sarah 3, Dani, 
Kase, these are the times 2 remember! 1 do* 
remember Frank* COW 94,95. Faith-friends for- 
ever. I love you guys! 



Thanks-Mom, Dad, Kerry It's been fun Baz,Guv, 
Chad,Jen,Kelly,Mark,Wayne,Chris, ETERNAL 
SUFFERING, Pokey Cokey, Party in Woods, I'll 
love you 4ever Hope, you' re gorgeous. Oh Yeah- 
Swank, "The CD didn't skip" Corpse, Get in a 
Good mood Hope. Life is what you make it. 



Thanks Mom and Dad for all your support and 
love, I'll always love you. Bob our love is for- 
ever, I loved you since the first time I say you, 
you are my best friend, I love you always. Hey 
chica (Pam) you are coolada!! You are my best 
friend. Jaime you've been a great friend to me. 



Seniors \ 19 





Marlena D. Federici 

Thanx MOM DAD ANDREA TAYLOR 143 June 
4,1994 1 luv you Mike may you always be by my 
side.Jaime Old Days Cabinets'Tlympton Crew" 
Jaime Hanna Brand Amba Gregg you are True 
Friends. Kim Hairball.Mer&Mic KENEBEC. 
Soccer 95 I'll miss ya.Ali 3 Rings.Thanx 2 my 
friends & Mr. S. 96! 



Stephen M. Fernandes 

thanks Mom and Dad for putting up with me 
through the years. Thanks to Mr. Lunny and Mr. 
Medeiros in Auto Mechanics, for all your help 
through the years. Also thanks to my brother, 
Nick for always being there for me. Good Luck 
to all my friends, hope you make it out there. 



Barry P. Figlioli, Jr. 

I would like to thank all my friends and 
family, especially my Mom and Dad, for 
always being there for me. I would also like 
to thank Mr. Rizz for making these past 
years fly be. And a big thanks to my cousin 
Michelle for helping me with college. 





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Thanx Mom Dad Julie Luv Ya. Lisa We Finally 
Made It! Watch out Puppy. Andrea 1 Don't 
Have a Cat It's a Skunk. Lisa Andrea you Guys 
Are My Best Friends. Kristen Lisa Steve Miller 
95. Joe! I luv ya!! Good Luck to All My Friends. 
Thanx for The Memories "96" 



Jason D. Foley 

Thanx mom and dad for all your help and pu ttin 
up with me. ..Mark,Jeff,Sean,Cara, Chris, and 
Greg the summer of 95 has been the best. Lind- 
say I will always love you. Hey Strong arm, oh 
yeah! Good luck class of '96. 



Andrew A. Frates 

Mom, Dad, Sarah, and Adam thanks for every- 
thing, love you all Adam, Jon, Jeff, Tim, PJ 
remember all the good times we had Jill (DJ, 
Jilliam, Bebe Jelle) I'll leave you Sally in my will 
To all my friends through the years good luck in 
whatever you do GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '96 




Seniors 





Denise L. Freeman 



Mariana D. Garron 



Lisa A. Gaul 



:^hil 8/29/94 Love Ya Lots Tom Petty '95 Rock 
Dn Angle! Kristina Don't Forget These Past 14 
l^ears Liz,Beth,Steph,Carrie,Laura Friends For- 
ever Good Luck "Bowling" With Gabby '94 
Vlari-Hotstepper MomJay,Bob Thanks for Ev- 
;ry thing Love Ya Dad I Miss You Cross Country 
3ound. 



Thanx-Mom,Dad,Tina,Mlck,Teek-lLuvUGuys! 
The "Baby" Made IT. Gwynnie-muchCrAzY 
memories. LuvYA BABYBABYIDez (Lil'sis). 
Dion-8/25/95 (Just the Beginning)LuvU Bobby- 
StillyourDiva?LuvYaKid.Boopie/Babies-Luv/ 
missU Dan-15mo RichYAHDUDE! Tim? 2all i 4 
got Thanx-4-the-lVlemories!! Tlie class of '96- 
Make your Dreams Come TRUE! 



Thanx Mom&Dad 1 luv U.Trish your next! Bryan 
always&4eva 1 luv U!Harris the mulch was good. 
Who walked thru the screen?Flan watch out for 
that pole pooch! Andrea new friends 4eva.Trev& 
Buck Prom 95 could U 4get! Shell friends again! 
Leanne your the best!Steve Miller 95 Joker! 




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Matthew B. Ghilardi 



Katie A. Gibbs 



Gerard E. Glover 



rhanks mom + dad,marc,jeff Thanks to all my 
riends it ben fun all the good times we had I will 
lever forget stev,lenny,ken,nick,paul,dave all 
,he coopers party ace,steve,jeff,jeanne BRIE July 
jSrd I will always remember kim your party was 
he best.kim you and melissa two special friends 
o all my friends have a BLAST 



Thanks Mom,Dad,Brad. Jill friends 41ife Sunapee 
summer 95 Thelma's #1 8-8-95 JUMP! Jen can 
you ski the pipe?CANNON Rachel and Bob not 
another Scratch! Al,Marlana,Gwynne 6-3-95 
(BUBBLES)Betts waterfront thanks 4 the ride! 
ChrissyB-ball Cheering SLsof tball GOODLUCK 



Thank you Mom & Dave, Chris, Robert, Mel- 
issa, Bill, Sean, Kerry and Lis. "This is the Mo- 
ment." 



Seniors \ 21 





Robert A. Goldman 



Nicole M. Gomes 



Gabrielle T. Gonsalves 



Thanx 2all the people that helped me along the 
way Thanx 2my family Mom Dad+Dan U really 
helped me make it through school my most 
sincere gratitude 2Sandy U were always there 
when I needed U+to keep me inline I'll always 
love U 2everybody at SL it was fun 12 years C- 
ya 



Glad the year is over! Off to make a difference in 
the world. I love you Mom and Dad,and thanks 
for spoiling your little girl. Laura,thanks for 
being there for me.**Good luck my fellow class- 
mates** 



Thanx Mim,Dad,Family for your help. Miss you 
Grandpa.Jen&Saundra,wheres the lighter.Jen C 
hat yourself. Angle I luv bowling. Mariana, 
Tenesha,Clarissa here Ist.AlIi C. Onset days 
Christyns tea Royal Garden 95 Mike luv you 
Josh B. Kelly H.dogslNet H Jessie D.Gwynne D. 
Jen N. 




Rachel G. Gore 



Siobhan Gowen 



Melissa Green 



To all my friends, you know who yor are, I owe 
you the world. /Oxygen/lip sync 92/Chemis- 
try/Prom/M&Ms/The Ledge/summer 95/ 
field hockey, track, cross country /dme went by 
too fast-always remember the good times / Mom, 
Dad, Elizabeth, Travis- grazie. 



Seniors 




CRYSTAL Fishy World MISSY 9th AH Its been 
fun you 2 are the Best of Friends keep in touch 
Dad youll always be in my heart MOM athanks 
I luv You JIMMY youre a big part of me now and 
always I Love You and MOLLY 2 NANA PAPA 
SCOTT youve always been there 4 me thanks I 
Love You 



Mom,Dad,Tom,Bri-Thanks 4 everything.! love 
u! Ten-Never 4get our trips!Spain94North Caro- 
lina 95*SLField Hockey*Wanna go for a run? 
TeeHee! Double Shtangs! We always had the 
best laughs! Julie-Wait! ChainGang! Lawson - 
Feliz Na vidad! Dirty Dancing!BarnJamsAl-Let's 
do something crazy! To Al, Sue,and Gin*8-26- 
95* 




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Matthew Guevremont 



Jennifer A. Hall 



Jeanette Harbinson 



'hanks to my family,Co-capts Mike & Tuck, 
'ete, Ryan, Dre, Jon, Brian, Sandy,Blakes. 
4cGrath,license & registration please,hardcore 
•ittin',cruzin' in the multi,scavenger hunt, 
hanks coaches.Good luck Bondo & Dre. SL 
ootball 94-95.We broke the streak,Time 4 some 
ction! 



Thanx Mom Dad Jeanine I love you. Hope "I'm 
going really fast but slow" Juli Andrea Jessie 
Lisa Brant rock. Humpty Dumpty #3 Kel "oh 
my god I'm not okay." Michelle Jess Ben Sven 
Pooh summer of 94 Chrissy Andy Susan Kerry 
Brian. Kristen "the big rocks" Hootie Live Have 
fun 96. 



Thanx fam,l wouldn't have done it w/out 
you. To niy real friends, you know who you 
are.Thanx.Gab9th.Jen333.Kim smile. Tim 
thanx. Zag I seepin.Mike 143. Your 4ever in my 
heart.Spot-bumpaboats-Air Hockey- v- 
ball.Kim&Jon Good luck. Gum thanx 4 the 
friendship! Class of 1996! 




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Michelle T. Hardiman 



Kelly A. Harkins 



Jessielee Harris 



hanx Mum Pete Bee Gee Dad &Char/Thanx 
opes &Darche/Al-Camero/Marc-Time in A 
ottle 1 luv you always/Luke-"I want you here 
y my heart" /Kristy-My Field Hockey Twin/ 
el-Courtney Dignan/Group-Berry Twister 
ickfords-I luv you! /"Now 1 can't deny Noth- 
ig last forever" 



Thanks FamiIy*Kev*the memories will last a 
lifetime 2 always Dion Skiing 360 Jules Matty 
Little Mimi Wheats Joe ELVIS Niclole Lights 
Off!Jack?Liz skiing What happened?Gab 
dogs! Andrea 4th Grade 94 Winter Crew Cumbys 
Tan T-shirt 2 Friends GOOD LUCK Class of 96 



Thanx Mom&Dad luv ya.Jaime u're next.Cuz 
Mikey(AKA Jr) miss ya. Bubba luv U 2, but no 
more treats. 1 luv U fam,thanx 4 your support. 
Goof LISTEN SEE, watch the screen.U & Bryan 
4 eva! Steve Miller 95. Thanx 2 true friends. 
Pete,Jeff,Andy,Jen,Rex,stay cool. D -i- "Mang" 
watch 4 wolves! 



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Melissa Harris 



Melissa C. Hearn 



Tanesha N. Henry 



Luv You Mom Dad Toby Merri. Craig you're 
the best! Steve memories! Dave I'll never forget 
you. Brian & Gregg. Brandi & Carol what do I 
tell my mom? candycanes. Piche sleepypilgrim- 
bonds. Lisa GreatWoods. Alii I'm sleeping over. 
S.L. Soccer Capt.'95 #4 I'll miss you guys! 



Dad,MomJeremy-Thanks for everything.! love 
you guys.Trang and Sarah-don't forget the 
past. Silver Lake soccer 95 Good luck to all my 
friends. You all know who you are.You guys 
have been the best!What the mind believes, the 
body achieves. Good luck class of '96! 



To my grandparents thanx. I'm very grateful. 
Jay I'll always be there for you. Deira, Da, Colin 
Thanx for being there. I love you all. Mariana, 
Clarissa, Gab no one can ever take our place. 
Dorches, thanx you'll miss my big mouth! My 
friends I'll miss you. 




Matthew D. Hester 



Matthew R. Hillery 



William F. Hinchey 



Mom, Brian, pete. Bill, rob. Rick, and everyone 
else-thanks fro the laughs and the memories. 
Rave 95, The Evil Eye, the beach, #63, UMass, 
Eternity-Good luck guys, C-Ya! - 95 



English, Key Club, papers, proms, and tests. To 
my family and good friends: When in the midst 
of it, school seems eternal, but, with it over, we 
see just how fleeting it all really was. Thanks for 
the fun, the challenge, and the unforgettable 
times. 



Thanks Mom,Dad, Ryan-Ma tt,Dan,Chris,Jay, 
George,Rob,al,Nick,Jon,Steve and all my friends 
thanx for the laughs-SL Hockey-Summer 95, 
Montreal, Hawaii-Zeke, Grampa Alfred, 
Gramma and GrampaB., Benjamins thanks- 
thanx for the good times and all the memories- 
good luck '96! 




Seniors 




Monica L. Horton 



Richard A. Ikasalo 



Jeffrey G. Jacobson 



Carrie you are the best thanx4 always being 
there Sus we made it I couldnt of done it without 
you Court Trac luv yas Mosca summa of 95 
bring me home Dev Steph Cam jungle Jim 
madcrazy Ca skiing party started oops gadget 
Bri Far Behind Matt so much to say luv you 
always. 



Thanks Mom and Dad for everthing! Sean, Jeff, 
Greg, Mark, Foley, Si, Matt: it has been great. 
Thanks for the memories. To the inner circle: 
Chemistry was a blast! 



High School was the best.Special thanx to 
Cara,Chris,Foley,Greg,Princess Lindsay,Mark, 
Rick,Sean+Ma. We 8 all the food,radio boy, wet 
golf cart, no hope Jackson, red6,Maddog, 
horse, speedy. Mr. Mitchell rocks the house. 
Band&Beaulieu.Summer'95 ruled. Good luck 
class of '96. 




Pamela A. Jameson 



Jaime K. Jankowski 



Suzanne C. Jenkinson 



Thanks Mom,Dad,+Tina and to the rest of my 
family love you all! Marybeth-COOLADA-its 
just one of those days,Mel-its snowing,Kerry 
The Coca-Cola Kid, thanks for everything,luv 
you all! Randy-1 will always love you 2/14/94! 
GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK 96! 



Mom,Dad,John,Thanxl43-LIBBY-YouAre 
ForverlnMyHeart Nicole Cuffed HotFries 
LeftFoot!Paul MOODY 111 Never Forget You 
AMY Friends 4Eva-Alli BUSTED!Kim Sue 
TheCar Brad OldTimes Kate the Melons Are 
Yours-Jess Twins,M&M!Bri Nov5 CHRISTINA 
Hannah Why Go Home? GOOD LUCK 96! 



Thank you MOM and DAD. Good luck Nanette 
and Lorena and Stephanie and Arthur. Brian 
October 2,1994 I Love you. And to all my good 
friends. And best friend KevinH. 



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Jocelyn R. Jennings 

Thanks and love mom and dad. To all friends, 
Georgia, Michelle, Andy, Sarah, Jill, and Liz,,, It 
has been a great and fun four years We are 
saying goodbye but will remain in our hearts 
friends forvever. Iwill miss you all. Congratula- 
tions and good luck in the future. 



Matthew A, Jerome 

ThanxMom&Family/Mexico92/SLSoccer 95/ 
VP96FinalIy/BillM"ehDad.DisIsMeProm 
Date"/DanS:Tatooed93/SecretService/Zom- 
bie95/Shayne:Nutcrackers/Tice:"U 
TatooedThis"/"ToTheFort"/Packl04/ 
Thanx4TheMemories!":-) 




Hope M, Jesse 

Thanks Mom Dad for everything. Melissa, CJ, 
Ryan, Bridgett,Phish Summer of '94 Luv you all. 
Jen "my face is blue." Kel do you want some 
honey for your pooh bear? Brian 1 /28/95. Kerry 
the seesaw. Juli the summer of '94 How's sven? 
Marybeth Middleboro,New Year's Eve. Good 
luck class of '96. 




David C. Johnson 



Kate M. Johnson 



Matthew W. Johnson 



Thanks Mom+Dad+Fam LuvYa. Dave our Days 
together are Forever 3/11/92. Kate Thanks fro 
always being their for me I finally realized what 
a true friend is. Tommy Aunite Tate Luv You. 
Hannah you're stronger than you think. How 
old am I? Summer92". Amy I'll always remem- 
ber the times! 



Thanx Mom,Dad&Beth.Chris your the best it 
won't be the same without ya..Jeff,Sean,Ricki, 
thanx 4 the fun.Jess Yearbook,Rhode Island 111 
miss ya. Lauren Jr. Prom love you.Whats up 
Keefe. Tracy,Becky cool neighbors. Kim,Jano, 
Hester,Shaun, Cohen, Sue thanx 4 the laughs. 
Good Luck '96. 




Seniors 




Sarah A. Johnson 

Thanks Mom & Dad 4 all. Good luck to my 
sisters who have high school yet to come. Carlie, 
Emmy, Abby I love U. To all my friends never 
forget the memories we shared. Skittles, Warm 
Fuzzies, Suburban, Playgrounds, Trees. Keep a 
Jeape Hoosle attitude. Good luck to all my friends 
and those I never got to know. 



Scott K. Jones 

Thanx Mom Dad Kim Ken Ray Nik couldnt of 
made it wit out u. Thanx everyone else. Gregg u 
always knew how to have fun. Thanx Mark for 
corrupting me. Tomone at a time. Walk towards 
the Light. Bics. Nothing like the Sedells Crew. 
NOT GUILTY, Its been fun. I did it. 



Lydia M. Kantor 

Thankx Mom+Push+Dad-Children learn what 
they live.Shawn-#8 Nice ShirtlWe'U always be 
under our stars. You' re the bestest 143. Al-Um I 
was pretendn 2 cut your hair?Beth Kim Mike 
Crew-Mother Mannix-Petty-SL Soccer Chearing 
Track-missyou. The endless river, 4ever & ever. 




Daniel W. Keefe 

Thanks Mom Dad Jay Tim Mandy John Patty 
Art +IRISH+ Mike Boom Snydz Ryan Toots Tito 
Pearce Goonist Dan-O Kris Discus MattyB LaVal 
Mucci Jon Rob Antonc& The Rest. Hop Backstage 
GayHead Court DONT DO DAT Wellpath Corp 
Park Chewyvan LEMANS HERS 1 FOR THE 
ROAD! 



Daniel P. Kellogg 

Thanx Mom+Dad+Kate-For everything. Sum- 
mer95-Stevens, Smith, Woodsy-V-ball, 
Quarries, Hike,Ski-93!Want to fish-Phillie 
boy. Night golf-15-Woodsy, Walsh, B-tine, 
Laffey .Stuck at 3man-to the strip crew.SL Golf .Its 
all good-right Brandi! I'll see ya.Let the good 
times roll! 



Beth F. Kelly 

Thanks Mom,Dad,Rick-hGreg- I LOVE YOU! 
Steph I'm glad I pushed you. Say his name. 
Friends 4ever. Lyd-i-Bran thanks 4being there. 
Carrie dirt is good. Liz,Shan,Dee,Lisa,Katie, 
Nise,Kris,Jess- Love You Guys! Chip thanks 4 
everything! Laura-H Amber I Miss You! 



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Kimberly A, Kelly 



Richard A. Kelly 



Mark Kenerson 



Thanks Mom Dad Brian Lissa and all my friends 
you guys are the greatest. Remember 1 0th grade 
art class nicknames stories aimless driving 
merfolk Pookie Mo Key Club the garage and 
everything in it. What's the problem now? I've 
had a blast! Good luck everyone! 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Dave, Greg, Felicia, I Love 
You. Hey Jenn "Blub, Blub" I Love You. Guys 
"Let's call it a night." Dan, MattB., Matt L., 
Walsh, Artie, Chris, Keeves. Here's to the Z 
Party. Go PATRIOTS 1995. 4 Muskateers. 
McDonald's. Good Luck Everyone. 





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Kevin J. Kennedy 

Mom Dad,Kris,Nana thanks for all Jodie,Carrie, 
Steph, Monica Luv you guys Kristin G. miss you! 
Dan only ten dollars firehydrant Ryan put those 
cookies back! Court what dog. "JUNGLE" 
capeway Carrie no more phone calls. HOUSE 
OF PAIN 92+95 Ruit no more ditches. Steph 
where are you! 




Kristiane E. Kepner 

Thanx Mom,Dad,&John-To the Crew-Luv Ya!- 
RememberTwister,Berry,Girrs Night Out, Fash- 
ion Folice,Kiss the Lawn,Nova,24/7-Trang- re- 
member all the good times,Kel-Florida!,Chelle- 
We'U always have field hockey-Thanx Lopes! 
Summa '95 was the best! Class of '96 we're out! 



Courtney A. Kerrigan 

Thanx Mom,Dad&Famly.Mat-Always on my 
mind and in my Heart-Campin-DuxBeach95 
Dan Truble?Chip-Guardian Angel 94Waterf rent 
Guys*Wheres the Par-tay*Ali Rumors? Jim Al- 
ways#l Richi-BECARFUL, Mat,Ry,Beth,Mon, 
Mos,Trac,Kris-UNFORGETABLE Kev give her 
time Pet Talks Thanx All Luv Ya 



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Michelle E. King 

To Mom and Dad-Thanks for everthing you 
have done for me! Karen- Thanks for being you! 
Remember Dairy Queen, Chicken House din- 
ner trips Red Sox games and CCD dances! 
Sharon- Tlianks for being there for me! Remem- 
oer our bowling games! Lee and Barbara- 
Thanks! 




Mark J. Komejko 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love and 
support. Special thanks to my sister for keeping 
p\e sane through the years, I luv ya Michelle. 
jFriends forever Greg, Jeff, Jason, Cara, Lindsay, 
iSean. Good friends may they never be forgot- 
Iten. It's been a thin slice of heaven. See ya!l 



Juli L. Klaus 

It's been real SL! Dani-Maine Boys!Oh Really! 
Bouley, Raft '95,Don,Korey,Cory, Kim, Prom 
'95 cards! Jen-UGH 9yrs! Kerry-4 steps from the 
tree! Dave, Marc luv you 4eva! Talk to the 
hand!Hope summer '94 Pooh Bear! Waterfront 
pool-carshows! Bickforkds, Bust a Move! Me to 
Man!? MOM DAD HARRIS LUV YOU 7 
THANX' 



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Eric B. Kraft 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Joey, Lauren. Thanks 
Coaches. Lets Hit!#58,33,34,87,81,27,88,65,20, 
66. Me & Blakes 250 club.Duxbury.Blakes- 
Redman, House, Cypress, the "SWARM". 
Hession Dartmouth ride up. Hey Pete 
"Hardcore". #67.Pino you rule.Baz & Rat. Biff 
Burgers. Good Luck "96". 



Ryan B. Kresser 

Thanks Mom I love you. Brian showerhockey. 
Guv madd driver Pete air polution. Scott woody, 
campfire. Michelle generalprincipals-the wall. 
Steph I'll neverforget the memories. Carie good 
friends-forever.Dan the basement. Scott,Kevin 
the firehydrant. Jody we're there.Dux 95. 



Seniors 




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Meghan M. Kyle 



Danielle K. LaBrecque 



Daniel Laffey 



Love+thanks to my family-To my (eternal) 
friends-I love you (remember) sophomore year. 
Black Rose? English-chem-art. Sylvia. The A. P. 
Children. Happy phantom. Coop. Attitude 
check. 1 DO NOT look like her! "Blackbird fly 
Blackbird fly into the light of the dark black 
night" 



Mom+Dad+Roni,I luv you!Sue my best forever! 
Amy,91 1 +strawberryChapstick!Juls,Oh really? 
Maine boys?bambamboom!Bouley,Yes I Am! 
New Year all night!30,ril try. Football buddies, 
chocolate chip cookies,26,52,16,12,42,70,24. Keep 
in touch! Don't just stand there, bust a move! 
Love, Munchkin. 



Thanks Mom Dad Shannon Matty and Buddy B- 
tine Walshy Rich Artie Snyder Keefe Condon 
Arieta Log Josh Akins Tito and Stace Keep on 
Partying Walkin' the Plank! PATS 95 #87 Z 
party Beastie Boys Hotel SL B-Ball Super Bowl 
XXIV.Keep on Laffing! 




Brian Lakota 



Adam S. Lavalley 



Jason M. Lavalley 



Thanx Mom/Dad for helping me get where I 
am. Mand-my sis and bestfriend,who I could 
turn to. Seaton-your a funny girl,luv ya like a 
sis/beach&woods. Swimteam-Durant(kissing 
game). Cheri-lasting memories*made mistake* 
Caar-underwear? (Prom)-which way? Buck- 
Buck-Caleb. 



Thanks mom and Dad and family - Mrs. Raff fro 
all the help you have given me. Sorry but it's 
time to say good-bye. And for all of ya that 
aren't out yet I wish you all the Luck! 



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Seniors 






Julie Lawson 



Jeffrey A. Lay 



Robin M. Lea 



Thanks Mom,Dad Luv&Miss You Always- Britt 
Big sis?"Allison-pal*Kate-I like cheese!!!Dee- 
:hats!*PlymptonCrew* Kery-GOODIES* 
;iara(Ms Jenkins)*SALLY*MeI-Feliz Navidad 
5hel-Hootie "Dirty dancers" Barn Jams! "Julius 
.ives"(.. Revolution) Niki, Al-hike,*007 Night* 
DKBYE 



The Seniors are so happy now their heads are 
caving in. I'm glad I am a snowman with syn- 
thetic rubber skin.Viva los Madrigals. Fighters 
to the forelThanz for the inspiration guys! Skat- 
ing away on thin ice of a new day .Time was. 
Time is,Time is passed. Farewell all. 



2Mom dad cat luv you 2margie kim thanx self 
esteem, colleen erin kase fly girls,tara jess 
cracker,shay andrea-^saraha kooties danielle carl 
Jaime jay luv you always, SLsoftball, 93 
rocked,2all not listed luv you,good luck class of 
96-H96, thanx for the memories. 




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Jie Lee 



viom Dad & friends, you mad High School a 
)Iast. Becca & IVIrs. JanRohr you made the last 2 
I/ears fly by. Special thanks Vocational Shop, 
I'rojects, underclassmen. Hey Ben-flying rocked! 
'Watch out for that tree" Good Luck class of 
I9%! 



Thanks to Mom and Dad for helping me... Mom 
for typing and Dad for screwing up my math. 
Jon,Andy, Tim, and the Mag: you're all "jambo". 
Tim and Michelle: keep it up & when you get 
married invite me! Jill-CIeo ROCKS!! Kristen- 
Thank God you got your license... it's about 
time. Everyone keep in touch. 



I wanted to thank my friends & teachers for the 
good time 1 had at Silver Lake and I wish all my 
fellow Classmates to be successful in the future. 
Remember, "A wrong doer is often a man that 
has left something undone, not always he that 
has done something." 



Seniors 




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Andrea M. Leonard 



Kathryn A. Leontie 



Tara J. Levesque 



Mom, Dad, Debbie, and David thanks for 
everthing. Kimmy, Sarah, Matt, Dinsmore, and 
Justin always remember the garage, free pret- 
zels, $270, and the barrels!! Andrea how about 
another verse of Uptown Girl? Jess thanks for 
the name. Chris and Kim I'll miss you! Girls we 
will always have the Chinese restaurant, -love 
you all!!! 



Mom,Dad,Todd,Dave&Fam.Thanks for every- 
thing! MaryBeth-3AMIGASA:Kim skidz Lisa 
ducks50/Dana/Bell/Julie FRIENDS 4EVER I 
like cheez-Sally-Plympton Crew/CHEER94-6- 
Thats how your keepem/Lushes Lips/Fruit by 
the Foot /Trail mixer-NOABS-Thanks 2 all 4 
letting me be me/ 



Thanx Fam 4 all the help. That Which Does Nc 
Kill Us Makes Us Stronger. Jess4-Bob- Junio 
Year in Chem Class-"CRACKER" Shay alway 
remember "Dan's Cute Buns" and "Brighams" 
2 all my friends-if u hear my voice-DUCK 
Goodbye and Good Luck Class OF '96. 




Clarissa M. Lewis 



Rebecca J. Lewis 



Matthew D. Linde 



Thanx 2 My Family Ma,Papa,Nikki,Melinda& 
Vicky Luv You!-The Plymptn Get Fresh Crew 
Kery(Choco Teeth, Dip'n Through Brockt& 
Nan task) Jul*Funky Behavior*Marl,Kate- 
2Nisha, Marl,&Gab:Rememba when there were 
4 of us?- Hi Dam&Dre!- DehKNice- 
Jam)Laur,Mich,Bran, Emma-Luck 2 Class*96* 



Thanx to Mom Dad Jason Sarah. I love U.To my 
grandparents and my family .To my friends you 
know who you are.To Shannon and Bloomy .Hey 
Shan-my leg!Bri-chicken wings!Homecoming93 
Junior Prom 95 Hootie 95 Sargent Soccer Camp 
94 M&M's-the candy! Good luck class of 96 



School is finally over! Thanks Mom and Dad fc 
everything. 1970 VW BUS, 'BUSTER', goO( 
times, bad times. Thanks Mr. Hardy,Ms.M., Mr; 
Rafferty, and Mr. Laughlin. "What a long Strang 
trip it's been." I'm oughta here! 




Seniors 




Sharon M. Liszanckie 



Shay M. Livingston 



Joseph R. Lockwood 



Vlom-Dad-Brendan-Justin*Love you*Friends- 
mmature&proud of it; 8th grad lunch&4ever- 
hanx 4 help&love&craziness-best friends 
maginable*Laura(2nd 2 infinity)-Frazzled- 
2herub AP Fun /Stress-Paper-Key Club-Peer 
2ounseling-Relax-have FUN-it only happens 
)nce-Follow your Heart 



Thanx fam for help and encouragement thru the 
yrs. Jeff I LUV U. Colleen, good luck. Jules, 
Tamar, Kasey, Bob-LUV YA ALL. Don't forget 
New Yrs '95.Tara-"Dan's Cute Buns" 
BRIGHAMS. Mr. Rizz you R the BEST. SL foot- 
ball GOOD LUCK- you R gonna need it 




Sabrina M. Longo 

Love to Mountain Tree and summer of "95" 
Thanks to David and Goliath in one. Enjoy all 
lifestyles... 1 can swim but I should fly. 



Mariana J. Lopes 

Mom and Dad thank you for everthing.I know 
those teenate yrs. are rough.Michael,Pat, and 
Marcus you are the best,l luv you all. Freddy its 
me and you now,and 1 luv you.Nesha,Gab, and 
Clarissa we were the first ones in Silver Lake. 
High school is over and I'm out!!! 



Kimberly A. Lorance 

To Mom-Dad-Stephanie-Ashley-&-Denise 
Thanks,l Love You All. To my 2nd family, Bill- 
Amanda-Giffin-Caroline-&-the newest kin. To 
Mikey-4-95-Thanks for being there. Amy- 
Freeport/7-4-95. Chris-Can I Drive? Want to hop 
a fence? To Jenna-Erin-Andrea, Thanks I'll miss 
you. 



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Katie E. Mack 



Charles R. MacPherson 



Jessie A. Madeiros 



*MARK*You are 4eva in my heart-143! *LISA* 
Best friend 4eva-wanna skip?ll Boston-wrong 
way-New Ham summa 95- OILS? What rope 
around our ankles? Where 2 2day Lisa- 
guidance?nurs?breakfast? Thanx 4 everything 
Mom-Dad-I luv you! To all my friends: Thanx- 
Good luck! 



Mom+Dad Thanks I love U. Aim,Nae,Necee-I 
love u 2 Joe-slow downjack-what mailbox, 
Dave-don't be so paranoid,Bry-pizza anyone, 
Tim+Chip-Steve Miller,Wood-good luck, Jared 
Derek, Steve Rob-take care of the pit, Beck-12 
drinks huh?Patrick-Oh my god! Ain't no thang... 



Class of '96 good luck! Cole Tom's house (soft 
ball) Laura wish you were here! Patti (Hamp 
ton. Lip sync) Steph, Beth, Jacki, Jay good luck 
Tom thanx for being there 4 me! Dan are yoi 
serous? Marty, Linz I love ya, your the best! 
(Canada 94) Mom, Dad, family thanx I love yoi 
guys!! 












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Carrie E. Mahoney 



Amy M. Mangelinkx 



Duty's to= Jupiter-I messed-up;Trust+believe 
we'll get there, Tim-"I live in a rim", Asa-Atari 
+Jello squares:), Jeremy, Michelle-"! can drive 
standard", Allison and her race 
car,Robotkid+l.T., Chris-Phats!,Marty, Wess, 
Maria, Becky, Jackie, Emily, and all the other 
ALIENS*. Emancipate yourself from mental sla- 
very, no one but yourself can free your mind. 



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*Dad&Jamie-Thanks fro you luv&support* 
Steph-my other half-luv you-lakes&tires! 
Laurens'Jiminey Trees! Kev, Dan, Lisa, Ryan- 
Thanks 4 the good times-love you!Nese&Angie 
5.0 Tissues! Beth-dirt! Bran & Shan-what lock? 
Andre,memories last forever.Cheerin'Gang 94- 
6. Miss Ya Laura! 



Mom + Dad 1 luv You-Kerin Midnite Jeffypoi 
Are You Coming Camping 92-4 Grease Munch; 
911 Strawberry Fun Sus Boston LIVE Kim 7/' 
Chris Hi My Name's? Ally Heifer Mark-prom 
ise you'll be there. Shawn BBall Steele Libb; 
Miss Ya, Thanx Nunnie, family. Youth Group 
Bob, Lynne. 






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Crystal L. Mannai 



Gregg R. Manning 



Timothy A. Marchand 



KIM froever my bestfriend and always in my 
heart.Missy thanks 4 being there. Siobhan we've 
been through aLOT. Your a good friend.Karyn 
summer95. Mom an dCarrie luv always thanx 4 
everything. Grama & Grampa couldn't have 
done it without you! Good LUCK Class of 96! 



Special thanks Mom Dad Mark Dad Rhonda. 
Lisa thanks 4 always being by my side.l will 
never forget you. Hey Frank lets go looting.V- 
ball Palmas.Adam the caravan. Andrew you fi- 
nally win.Harlo take it from where I left off.Hey 
Boom whats up.Missi&Marlena^Kate fruit by 
the foot.Good luck class of 96. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Brothers and friends for 
everything you have done for me. 




Richard J. Mari 



Angela M. Martin 



Joseph A. Mascio 



Mom and Phil, Sal and Fan for the wheels. Art 
and Jane thank you all. Bob, Mike, and Justin. 
Detective Jim, Red Rat! Greg, let's fish. Becky, I 
told you . Mariana, Yeah Dude! Pete set up camp. 
Dad wish you were here. New Hampshire, 
some day! 



Mom, Dad, Betha,Jo, Denny-Thanks for every- 
thing. Deirdre,! couldn't have made it this far 
without you.Denise,Tom Petty 95 Rock On! 
Kristina, since 3rd.Kristina Y,Carrie,Steph,Jen- 
Sleepovers at my house. Phil,You're the zippo 
man!"Bowling" with Gabbie 94.Mari,Ya Bush? 



Thanks Mom and Dad you put up with alot I 
love you guys Chris Dave you the best go na vy ! ! 
Erika your the best Thanks to all my friends 
Thanks to all my teachers that helped me thru 
my school years Mrs. Spicer Mr.Ahola Mr. 
Agostini Mr. Gilbert A special thanks to Miss 
Gazzola. 



Seniors 





Lisa A. MasciuUi 



Ryan Maynard 



Danielle M. McAuley 



Thanks to all my friends, family, + Nana Cape 
Cod 95. Driving with LJ + playground. Grave- 
yard with Stacia. Judd Germany. Homecoming 
95 with LJ. Les Mis with Karen+ Stacia, 
Melissa.. .Alanis. Party at Brad's. The future be- 
longs to those who believe in the beauty of their 
dreams. Jena. 



Thanx Ma & Pa. Love ya Always Aron. Re 
Florida "94". Glad you're here Chelle, Re, Kase 
Tamar, Bob, Giles, Adam, Andy. Here's to gooc 
times. Aron, Re, Chelle, Nisey, Oct. 28, 1994 
Bob-Saint Williams. Adam, Andy, oceans. Kase 
child. 




Rebecca L. McBride 



Kenneth W. McCall 



Robert J. McCarthy 



Thanx Fam! I'm stuck in the mud Laura! Rich- 
love ya always! Jesse, I can't thank you enough 
*Moondance* Jen+Kris-Rock On/Nap's/ 
ScooperBowr94'Lights off-Grove St Girls= 
Memories! Ribs,Wolf&Uncle Pete, thanx 4 the 
advice-Luv Re-Re. Grenie@Seekonk '96' #27. 



Thanks mom and dad fro everything... jason, 
shaun,pat,steve,mark,jeff...Folefregan waant... 
oh yay... camp in New Hampshire... gotta get 
the times down... friends... that's cool... moun- 
tain biking, cross country,track would eventu- 
ally like to go skiing. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Tiffany, Michael, and 
Maceleine: Good luck Ryan, Alan, Hester, Dan 



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Allison K. McDermott 

"hanks mom dad andy, my pal Julie Nantucket 
hootyN StaR Pinky Island Oasis Piranaz 13 cat 
n hat Red ribbon Scrub Skier Blue Dirty dancers 
>ay you wanna... Breakpoint the 4.0 Angel bye 
(ye. 



William J. McDonald 

Thanx for everything Mom,Dad,Sharon,Bob, 
Darrin The Gang/MattJ-"To the Fort" /Shayne- 
The Boston Run Brian-The Tunnel;WildCat/ 
Puddle95/Tatoo/SecretService/Virtual Pitfall; 
Thanx guys/Chris+Sean-Raodtrip Ryan- 
Spinout/Jen-you have to decide,Thans for ev- 
erything pals forever. 



Shaun C. McFadden 

Wow, I can't believe we made it. Never thought 
it would end. Thanks for the help Rizz,Murray, 
and, of course, Ronny. Good luck Bill, Mark, 
and the rest of the Gang. And yes guys, the 
Brown Bomber is still running. Well, time to 
move on, and as my friend Al always says, 
"Let's Rock!" Take care all. 




Peter D. McGrath 

rhanx Mom Jen Dad and all the rest of my 
■'amily. Thank you God. Guev let's play the 
jame. Jim the treeslayer. Jesse you broke my 
egs. Ra. FOOTBALL '95 we broke the streak. 
Vly buddies 23 33 31 66 87 88 67 27. Thanks to all 
-iiy friends. It's time 4 some action. Adios!!! 



Thomas J. McGuinness III 

thanks mom dad gram and family thanks for 
pushing me,scott no more robbin, andy stay 
cool, arty keef e the van,rob sammys, cahill word, 
justin,kelly,sully, the sedelles crew were not 
guilty ,wild 3, bicks, cashbox, $$, keep walking 
to the light... 



Nicole D. McLore 

We did it!Patti(Pep) Are you normal?Camp/ 
Woods. *Whatever Kevin'^Brian-camp. Jess- 
softball,Gayle-Ski,Matt/Prom.Joey friends 4- 
ever. Kevin+Tim summer 95. Heidi thanks. 
Leanne, Liz Good luck!Yell!Softball#9. Petty 
Flash! ©Tom's House! Davidsons your the best. 
Love you Mom, Dad, and Family. 



Seniors 




..jL 




Erin N. McNamara 



Greg W. McSharry 



Robert S. Melone 



Thanx Dad Mom Donna Jack Kath Natalie Brian 
and Jen. Kim we made it. We're hospital bud- 
dies. Liz luv ya! Smooches! Wild night Lisa? 
Good luck Laura & Amy!! Thanx 4 the burgers 
Dave!! Shopping Pam? Thanx Peter & Stacy! 
Good luck guys!! 



Thanx to my family for the support. Zombie and 
Nine Inch Nails 95. Hootie Freinds Side Burn 
Club Marty Phish On Club Jim Rich Pete re- 
member the Rules of Life hangin with Ryan Re- 
Pug-Jay Brow Heffa Bob sunnys love them 
GOOD LUCK to every one and fish on! 



SL Baseball-Capt O'Meara & everyone else. '96 
OCL Champs?! Thanx to Coaches Rice c& Rodgers 
for giving me a chance. Thanx Kristen C & 
Shannon S, great friends. Thanx to Cul teachers 
fro no kickin' me out. Thanx to Kieth & Mark, 
Cul. was great! Good Luck to Everyone! 




Nicholas Michalowski 



Sarah M. Miller 



Arthur F. Miner 



Thanks to Teachers and friends. Watch for Mr. Thanks Mom, Dad, and Emily. Jarrod- You're Thanx Ma, Dad,Jude,Renee,Lal43Uguys-R- The 



Yellow Einstein. May you find a lifestyle that 
will bring you happiness. Hard road ahead so 
keep on keepin' on, smiling, eating, and living. 
To all those I lose touch with I will see you on the 
other side. 



incredible- 1 love you, thanks for being there. To 
Sarah, Andy, Kim, Matt, and Justin- Remember 
all the good times. C-ya! 



Best(Matt-Rich-Chris) 4HMen-17-years- n- goin 
"Ryan" Lets go get sum stuff "Dannyboy" 111 be 
there DONT change*Snyder-Nick-Jon-Joe 
Walsh-Dan-Tim-4Matts-Cals-Tom-Andy-Kate- 
Tito-Boomo-Macy?*Schneider*NePats95"Keep 
Your Irish Eyes Smilin" 



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Gail Minichiello 

rhanks Mom Dad Bob Pam Tracey, Amanda, A 
"riend?"A single soul dwelling in two bodies." 
Heather I miss you.Fun&Friends-miss you! 8th 
^rade lunch! Thanks Carol & Pam. Key Club 
■nakes keys! It was meaningful. "It was the best 
jf times, it was the worst of times." 



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Kevin M. Moberg 

I thank my teachers for helping me make it 
through High School, especially Ms. Gazzola, 
Mr.Malone,Mr.Goggin,Mr.Ahola,Mr. Greland, 
Mr. Govoni, Mr. Laughlin. Mr. Nester for his 
guidance I thank my parents for helping me 
through tough times. I enjoyed Culinary Arts 
but found that Marketing was more interesting. 



Lauren E. Mosca 

Thanx Mom,Dad+family. Court-party animals, 
friends 4 life, Mom-summer of '95',bring me 
home+best friends. Seal-summer of '94'+all the 
memories,Ruit-Boyz2Men,Luv ya. Carm+Steph- 
jiminy,Boys?+the tree+Everyone else,thanx 4 
being there. SL#14+Cheering.Marc-Thanx4 the 
memories. 




Erica M. Mulhern 

Thanx 2 Gamily and Friends, good luck to Silver 
Lake Marching Band, thanx Mr. Beaulieu, Ms. 
Massa thanx colorguard gals, Brenna. Lizard, 
Brianne, Bethalyn, Julie,Marie,Heather, Katie, 
and Carolyne. Please stand clear of the band. 
DREAM THEATER rules! 



Daniel Mullen 



Seth F. Mulliken 

Ladies and gentlemen,Harry's harbor Bizarre is 
proud to present, under the big top tonight: 
Human Oddities, you'll see The Three headed 
Baby, Wanda the worm Woman. ..under the big 
top tonight. ..Steve-Sure, they'll come, but will 
anyone laugh when they leave? And Meghan..." 
And I walk out on my own/A thousand miles 
from home/But I don't feel alone/'Cause I be- 
lieve in you. 



Seniors 




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Kimberly J. Mulrain 



Erin M, Murphy 



Jennifer L. Murphy 



Luv You Mom Dad Billy Jenna Ace Monty 
FRONT Juli Gold's Prom Cards Kasey Mama 
Thinks That my Mind is Gone Ms. Martin Thanks 
Erin Robin Tamar Shell Jess Col Ryan Bri Cous- 
ins Luv you all *Lie on your back and look at the 
stars* Maine Skiing Thanks Admiral Luv you 
always! 



Thanx 2 God,Mom,Dad,&Family;l-Luv-You! 
Bob,Kase,Shay,Tamar,Kim,Snickers(7); Good- 
Luck!2-Sunshine: Thanx4 Being A Good Friend, 
"Friends-Forever." Whipcream,G-Man,Flygirls, 
Peter Pan/'dance/'0'Bush,Cheykain, Volvo, 
Forever-Love,Summer of '95.Flameboy: Bye- 
Class of 96;CRASH-SPEEDY! 



Thanks Dad, Robin,Nanas,Ma&Tom! Jill-Thanks 
fro always being there. Katie Softball Sunday 
River.Bela 1 miss you alot. Lil Robin Don't get 
sick on me. Jenna watch out for big dogs/ 
Duxburybeach.John,Chris,&Joey My Car won't 
start! Paul thanks 4 everything. !!!Good luck!!! 




Jeremy G. Murphy 



Sandra S. Murray 



Robert Nee 



I love you Mae+Dad+family|8th grade-lunch 
chemistry peer-counseling newspaper Key Club 
Boston-trips AP life! wonderful-eternal-friends 
"Friendship is precious, not only in the shade,but 
in the sunshine of life"- 

Jefferson;future+success+ joy=ours-Thanks for 
everything! 



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S. Nicole Nelch 

Thanx Mom Gramp Dad Pat I Luv Y'all DuPont 
Nice driving Ace Peach Homeskillet Pumpkin 
Oh Baby I Like It Raw Pendergast Problems? 
Harkins Holy Toledo *KENT»ChicoC Club Med 
95 Thanx Alex*Hackett,Barnes,Cahill,Denzler I 
Luv U guys!*PJ Lets Play/Dehlia Crash Closet/ 
Lawson. 



Jenna L. Nelson 

Thankyou MOM&DAD 1 luv you MsHines 
BALLET Kim-you&l will always bebest friends. 
LISTEN we' reLOST You have 2 be a man,YEH! 
What's up you bad self?COOL AS I luv MAINE 
ELMIRA here I come DUANE luv you Warren 
500 mile SUNSET wont forget 3825 New York 
Hey Jen thanks-big black dog 7grade Chris Dan 
luv everybody. 



Benjamin E. Newton 

We now leave Silver Lake to the past, though 
not to be forgotten. We now enter into the 
future to embark on the greatest adventure we 
will know. The world awaits in a wide expanse 
of the unknown. Always look to the future! 








Trang K. Nguyen 

"Jan" Thanx Mom,Dad,&Family for everything!I 
luv U. We're finally outta here!Vi-don't forget 
summa '95. Don't forget all the memories! Kristy 
F/F,Sarah- "Purple" Kel-Typing,Missi+to all my 
friends-Thanx for being here for me. It was fun. 
Good luck Class of '96! Hee-Haw! 



Jessica B. Norton 



Jeffrey F. O'Connell 

Thanks Dad and Donna, Mom and Buddy for 
everything you helped me with I love you . Missi 
1 had a lot of great times with you and many 
more to come love you very much. Hey Gene 
you missed a spot. CAMERO 95, Matt, Ace, 
Gene, Nelson, Carl, Scott, let's party. At the 
Garage. Amy, Jill, Jen thanks. Well everyone I 
finally made it. 



Seniors 





Patrick D. O'Connor 



Christian J. O'Meara 



Shannon M. Orcutt 



Thanks Mom+Dad 4everything-Bri,Tracy,Peg I 
love you guys, Pearcy,Mike DOGS IN THE VAN, 
summer of '94,corporate park, the NOOK '95, 
Dave stay cool,Nathan "be your own Dog", 
good luck '96! 



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Mom,Dad,&Bros— Thanks fro Everything-- Love 
you all. Capt SL Baseball '96-Swinny,JOE, AL, 
Ryan,"Mayday"--Good luck guys!OCL 
Champs? Coaches Rodgers&Rice-Thank you 
so much. Jeff&Matt, you're great friends. Sean 
& Bill-you guys are the Greatest! PATRIOTS! 
Good luck Class of '96! 



2 Mom Dad Shel I Luv you-Amy Bee Bran Dee 
Emm Shel Luy you 4eva Amy 2 much 2 say 
Missy Best Friends 4eva Jen O I don't hate you 
♦9/8/92* 9/17/94 odd group Red Signs 11 timz 
Where's my shoe? Gas pedal What lock? *Bran 
Late Chats-Dee 70s Grease* Wish it could be 
4eva! Good luck 96. 




Beth O'Sullivan 



Meredith Owen 



Robert T. Palma 



Thanks Mom Dad Brian 1 love you Chrispy 
Don't trip stairs Youre great never change Jenn 
Jess The Crew Sheila He Haw SusieQ Men! Are 
you serious? Ropes Girls night out Twister 
Mocha Chunks Pokie Fairfield Whatever Don't 
even go there. Good luck guys. 



Thanx Mom Dad Jul Greg&Gramma,l luv You. 
SL Soccer 95 Capt#2-Miss you! Bobby6/ 12/93- 
ril love you 4ever;Dreams Do Come True!Thanx 
Palmas& Hilliers. To All My Friends-Keep the 
Good Times Coming! Matt-Thankx 4 Being 
There. Mic&Mar Whitewater 

Rafting*Trailmixers* Good Luck 96! 



Thanks Mom Dad Bill Cole Andy Love You 
Thanks Whitings&Owens Meredith6/12/93 111 
Love You Always Dreams&Memories Last 4 
Ever Moscow Ridge Lets Cut It 202 SL Soccer 
Pack Em Up Kodak Moment Mat Greg Eric 
Theatre Mik Love You Deep Mud Rock One Eye 
Aiks New Barbarians JLode. 



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Seniors 




Michael J. Palmacci 



Brian D. Palmucci 



Stephanie J. Parrotta 



Thanks Mom Dad Jen Doug Stef-Best of Luck 
Dan Boom Snydz Pearce DRewB Art WillieMc 
ChrisS MattB Tito Stick Okie Laval-Wood93: 
Gayhead,Court Porter Potty Wellpath-Corpark- 
Dogs in the van Thanks BobK for saving us = NE 
PATS 95! 



Thanx to my family, Mom, Bill, Mike and 
Rebecca. To my Grandmother for always be- 
lieving in me. Pete my "Buddy" my "Friend" 
Amy your the best friend I ever had. Kress- 
showerhockey. Bacis & Evv'ell Mr. Pepe "says 
it's all good" REM and Cranberries. Guv-a- 
Puka how's the hair. Jaime-homecoming. 



Thanks Mom.Dad-hNick. Suma 95 rocks Thanks 
Capeway Gang! Bran,Shan what locks? Lauren 
jiminey Cheering 95-6! Ryan-memories. Carrie 
bestFriends thanks 4 the laughs -i- tears. Beth 
Friends 4-ever! Liz,Ang,Nese,Kris,Lis,Mon 
thanx 4- the yrs. Matt thanks 4 everything. Laura 
1 MISS you! 




Matthew Patts 

The hardest thing in life to learn is which bridge 
to cross and which bridge to burn. 



Kerry L. Peach 



Mom-Dad-Bob-Gram-love-you Dee-Shell- boat 
Brandi-lets go driven Plympton Reunions 4eva 
Mulch-Cheezit-1 like it RAW!honey bunny 
Clara-Brockton men Jule-its raining men Ema- 
beach 007 Nite Barn-Jams 5/25 Tree in my eye 
ClubeVibes 2Pac Nantasket Plymouth 96 DA 
BOMB BABY! 



Matthew W. Pearce 

Thanx Mom & Dad-Dave,Kev,Laurie-SL Soccer 
#4, Tim, Bob, Bel, Jon, Steele, Snyder,Darsch, 
Mike,Pat,Dad,Art.Summer 94 dogs in the van, 
corp.park. Elwell stuck in the mud,sorry about 
the door. The Fam,Connoly's Floor. Scotland 95, 
SOHO, Hoopers in Moscow. I'll never forget 
you steph. 



Seniors 





Joseph Peck 



Thanks ROBBY Mom Dad:*Mike Jon Tim Matt* 
Bill Walshy Arieta Nick Arty Boomer Jen, Garth, 
23,Mickey,944,wrangler,Big Ten,golf,the crew. 
The King "I'm only made out,flesh blood and 
bone, but if you gonna start a rumble don't ya 
try it alone.", "YO ADRIAN, I DID IT" 



Tracy Pendergast 

Thanx fam luv u all/Eric 6-3-94 always@4ever 
sweetie/Court thanx 41istening always/Jules 
walk me halfway /Nelch Problems/Ry dream a 
little dream /Mosca,Carrie,Monica,Jen,Kent, 
Jonny/Pete,Crowley@Blakeman...87tightend/ 
I luv u all!/Good Luck Guys! C-ya S.L.! 



Christina J. Peterson 

Michelle Jay's brows on fire, my father the hero 
prom 95 "I'll be cool" Liz Rupert Holmes, Dehlia 
let's do something Lang best guy crimson tide 
Jenna purple thumb. Mom Dad Joanne Bill Josh 
Eric Lauren I love you Good luck Class of 96. 




Elizabeth E. Petitpas 

Mom Dad Thanks For Everything Deruse Friend 
Forever Beth Kris Steph Pennies Tina Rupert 
Holmes Kate Lisa Carrie Liz Nic Never Forgot- 
ten The Bank Good Times Court Always Friends 
Adam So Much To Say But Ya Know Novem- 
ber/ December 94 Jen Cousins?? Dave To The 
Rest Good Luck. 



Melissa M, Phippen 



Jennifer M. Pino 

Becky youre the best thanx 4 being there Krissy 
thanx 4 17 years of fun Goodluck.Lars What 
time is it?Wanna play footban?Liz cousins? 
Angle I'll try it latta.Kev thanx pal Brother Nick 
thanx for everything!Fil, Sarah,Jamie luv you 
guys Krafty,Rich,Jimmy,Gregg ROCK ON! 




Seniors 




Melissa M. Pizzimenti 



Justin L. Pleau 



Amelia E. Poole 



Leadership (95), Prom (95) Thanks Joe! Summer 
(95) It was the best. Sea Crest, Sox Game (600 
Club), (95) Thanks Bob. You're my inspiration 
and I Love You. Thanks Mom,Dad, Tom, and 
Catie for everything, "I can't live without you." 



Thanks fro everything Mom, Dad, Tracy. Thanks 
Coaches, Track was fun while it lasted. Gratu- 
itous driving. Matt, Kim, Sarah, Sarah, Joel, 
Shawn, Jason, Jeff, Andrea, Toby. Scholars to 
the front! Barrels. Cones. Signs. Mui Bien. Re- 
member: Semper Ubi Sub Ubi! I can make it, 
Lundgren. 




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Laura A. Preece 

Mom & Dad Thanks 2 All my friends Thanks 
Peanes its 5:00 in the morning,Football w/ the 
guys.Sanda I admire u! D's party .Shep,Santa 
Fe,Donde vas? Eki, Beave, Streek, Bob Dug, 
Mud Canobie,Bungiejumping,Mud Get The 
Line! Willow Josh you mean so much to me. 1 
Luv U 1-26-95! Good Luck '96. 



Christopher V. Priola 

Thanks to all the faculty, students, and friends 
fro their support. Good luck to all the graduates. 
It has been fun. To everyone else: "See ya." 
Good bye Silver Lake. 



Alan M. Provost 

Thanks Ma, Dad, Gerri, Liz / See ya; Rice, Murph, 
Rizz, Spinelli, Welty/ Good luck 97; 
Stephen&Kerri, Joe&Jen, Stacy, Yahoob/ 96 
Rules; Rob, Hester, Hinchey, Kresser, captin; 
Chris, Morgan, Swinhart, Beltramini/ to Bob 
Rogers and the best varsity team ever! 



Seniors 




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Scot T. Rabosky 



Lauren M. Raduc 



Timothy Raff erty 



I thank my family for their luv and support and 
all my friends fro being their through the years. 
CHOOCH, KRIS, GANG, thanks for the years. 
(JIGGLZ) your a sister, JESIE (watch your win- 
dow) JEn'lITTLE joe, stay close stay safe. 



Mimi, you're the bestest. Ema and the get-along 
gang—luscious! The steps, eggman. Call, Bick's, 
Cambridge, Conan, potatoes. Eagles 8/94, 
Monkees8/95, Amherst, small jams at Peachy's, 
toothbrush, the lake... This is our last goodbye. 
My sweetest friend. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Laura, my family. Mag 
moths. Jon "ditchen". Greg Pooh crazy times al 
Foley's. Adam, Jesse calves. Pete spookin and 
ridin. Kevin, Scott, Kit, Rich, Tom. Thanks to all 
of my great relatives and teachers. Michelle, my 
luv bug, I'll luv you forever. 





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Christopher C. Ramsdell 



Frank D. Ridge 



Timothy M. Riel 



"In His love we are free. So Don't Worry Be Hey Dad we did it! Thanks for always being "Times have changed, times are strange. Here 1 
Happy" - Kit there. You're a true best friend! Mom your the come, but I'm not the same." 

To Mom, Dad, Eric, Jeff, Todd, Becca, and Paul, best, love ya. Matto you can do it. Family love ya 
Ilove you allverymuch!Thanks for being there! & wish me luck. Meg glad we got the chance. 

It'll last forever, love ya. Gregg. Palma, let's cut 

it. Geno, room 202. 



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Jason Robbins 



Sarah M. Roberts 



Todd Robinson 



Thanks to the teachers for all their energy put 
into my last four years of education. To the 
vocational teachers for all their assistance for 
my progressing in the program. To my friends 
fro being there when I needed them. To my 
family for their support and guidance. 



Thanks Mom Dad Sheila & Steph Sarah & Trang 
don't forget purple Justin Kim Matt great sum- 
mer Melissa Dan Stef thanks Andy see you next 
year Andrea cute maintanance guy Andrea fi- 
nally age of aquarious Thanks mall people Good- 
bye everyone! 



Thanx Ma Dad and my family thanx to my 
Goodfellas Bobby Spikes Acey Whitesalls Black 
neck Jim Crazy NLC. Stephen Libby you are 
always in my heart. JIMBO 1 will never forget 
you I love you Rotties Jodi, Todd, Michelle best 
couple ever. My squad in Southie (Now I'm 
going to get my Shinebox) 




Robert Rosano 



Neal A. Rottach 



Jeremy Rowe 



Thanks to Mom, Dad, and my family for always 
being there. Also to my friends and brothers, 
Phil; Icky, Mike, Dan, Daryl, Laura, and Jenn fro 
making it ufn. And thanks to God for always 
watching over me. "Yesterdays got nothing for 
me" - Guns N' Roses, "Yesterdays" 



Thanks mom, dad, Roberta, and all my other 
family. Nick, Lisa I still love 
you. Christine, Kerrin, the football 

team,Matt,Nina the beast,Sammy, Jim, Mellisa, 
congratulations Lori & Howie best of luck. 
George (Ben), Steve, Robin, George, Herb, 
Keisha,Kristy,Carolyn. Thanks SL. 



Seniors 





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Carrie A. Ruit 

Thanx Chris Mom Dad Cass Heather Taylor- 
Welch Fam-Luv U Guys-Monica, So much 2 
Say- Thanks 4 Always Bein There"Lampshade" 
Skiing "I beat u"Pemb-House, Dedham OOps 
enough said! 'Gadget'-ChrisF-rememba-Mosca 
Boyz2Men-Zanna-Tracy-Court-Summa-Freak 
girl Kev-thanx 4 the ride! 



Kasey L. Russell 

Luv Ya Mom,Dad,& Andy!Bob(sisters always) 
Kim(thanx babe)Col(Sunshine, Na Dude) Tamar 
(owe ya)Erin(Zoro)Jess(Polly, I Do)Jason, Juli, 
Dani,Chris,Mel,Shay,&Rockland-Luv& thanx to 
ya alllRemember: Avalance/Frank/Airborn/ 
Summer of 93/1-1-95/The Prom! Good luck 
Class of 96! 



Sean P. Russell 

High School was the best time of my life. I wil 
never forget anybody that I met along the way 
Thanks for the memories: Chris, Bill, Jeff, Jason 
Mark, Lindsay, Greg, Ricky. Cara, I will alway: 
love you. Thank you also to Mom and Steve anc 
Dad, for all your support. Good luck everyone 




William E. Russell 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Brendan. Lakers Gof #1 
Coach Steele-golf wear, Co-Captains Big Joe& 
Matt (fore) Walshy, Doyle, Tim, Jon, Scott, and 
all the rest. You're the best! (The Crew-Cush. "I 
Smell Varment Poon-Tang") Vineyard -South 
Beach. Keep in touch and Good Luck '96! 



Joseph J. Russo 

Thanks Mom and Dad, nicknames The Ruse, 
Lay R, Jay R, The Brown Wagoneer, The Blue 
Bomber, The accident Aldana, The Beastie 
Boys.Ballantine,Russell,Morris,Arty,Condon, 
Snyder,Laffey,Doyle,Crowley. It's time for col- 
lege I'm outta here. 



Lindsay M. Russo 

Thanks to Mom & Dad for being there. Danielle, 
you call me. Dartmouth is like Disneyworld 
Pretzel Time and driving were an experience 
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and 
look around once in a while, you might miss it." 
- Ferris Bueller. 




Seniors 





Matthew J. Ryalls 



Andrea J. Sacco 



Allison M. Sanda 



Mom+Dad Thanks 4 Always being there I Lovy 
You Dad cherish the memories M.V. SharkTuna 
Tourneys #1 Boca Raton-the best of times Thanks 
Jenn+Monty your the best! Jackie, Nate, Steve, 
Friends 4-lif e! Bob Kodak moments! Luv u Jody . 
Meredith, Court, Kerstin, Amber, Preston, Opes. 



Thanks Mom luv ya. Jessa 13 years... we did it! 
Kell are you dead? Jane don't make me call 
you...! Brant Rock (and we were supposed to be 
where?) Summer of 95 The Jetty & who could 
forget Friendly's. Jen it's been fun! EUe??? 2 Jane 
& Lisa I hope we stay friends 4 eva luv ya! 



Thanx 2 the fam Camp 94 Come on you hefers 
Need a hand? Mich What a car! The only way 2 
get theres 2 go straight down Put down those 
scissors Lyd Tice-What times you party man? 
6/28/95 2 the crew Luv ya! Tuck-Earth Angel- 
ITS BETTER TO BURN OUT THAN TO FADE 
AWAY- 




Jennifer Sarno 



Nicholas G. Savitski 



Ryan Scanlon 



Thanks Mom,Dad+Mark! I love you! Julie - 
Where's the Hole? Missy-8/26/95 I don't feel 
anything! J+M 1 can' t make it without you guys? 
Sue+Sam-Wait for me! Eileen-Log Dance 95! 
BILLY- Thanks for everything but most of all for 
being MY BUDDY, the days are yet to come! 



Thanks Mom Dad Dana & Cory 1 "nose" every- 
thing now Greg spagetti again Get the fish Pee 
Wee-Don't do it Ken -Tice Buddy you make me 
laugh -Puddle 95 -Patti I remember -Nice trunk 
Bill -I'm getting muf fins,cool -Thanks Kimberly 
-Bootsie -Team Silva -Thanks Colby! 



Seniors 





Jessica R. Scott 



Elizabeth A. Seaton 



Charles E. Sergio 



Thanks Mom, Dad & Heather-Adam-Don't 
move. You're always in my heart, #7-To the 
Crew-luv ya-Berry, Twister, Girls nite out. Fash- 
ion Police, Nova, Woman, Summer '95, Track- 
Thanx Darche-Marc, Jeff, Burns, tice, Emily- 
Sheila-my best friend-So many memories so 
little time. 



I would like to thank my friends for an awesome 
4 years. Scott punky brewster. Pat numb. Krister 
party on. Jenn good luck mom. Amy what else 
can 1 say jiggles. I would also like to thank mj 
shop teachers and my parents for putting up 
with me. 




Suzanne L. Shaw 



David E. Shea 



Beth L. Sheldon 



Thanks mom. Dad, Bri, Patrick(my boy) I love 
you all! Samantha too many celebration times 2 
count, thanx for being there. Best Friends al- 
ways - Any MeUs, Jul, Jen (wait 4 me!) Jaime & 
Kim "The Car" sL Hoop, Capt. #34, thanx Steele 
- Good Luck McAuliffe*Lib, you're always in 
my heart 



Thanks Mom Dad and Ty, I finally did it. Good 
luck to the carpentry crew Tom, Chuck, Todd, 
Aron, Mr. Soule, Mr. Serveild, Mr. Powell, 
thanks. Escort, white. Jay How's your arm? Pat, 
Mike, Rob. '96.... 



TPresent Arms! Salute & hugs 2 fams & pals! 
SLMBColor Guard Gals! DECA! Road trip! Dash- 
board Light! B-my best pal! "Some day we'll all 
be gone luUabyes go on they never die that's the 
way you and 1 will be!" 4-23-93 Life is not a dress 
rehearsal. Live Juicy! Regrets, Miss Otis! 




Seniors 





Kelly A. Shepherd 

Thanks Mom, Dad, & Kim. Thanks Darche. To 
the Crew - Luv ya. Berry, Twister, Girls Nite 
Out, Nova, Fashion Police, New Kids, Clueless 
Summer '95-|sucjps-Kiss the Lawn- Oh, Joy- 
Jeeps. We're outtie-Bickfords 24/7-nice-dean- 
whateva Trang Typing-Kristy Florida '92, left- 
#7 



Kristina M. Shepherd 

Thanx family Scott 9/26/94 I luv you, Lars 
Santa Fe Spain, Donde Vas? Becky My Bed 2/4/ 
95 Angle thanx 4 bein there Jen you're the best. 
17 years is a long time. Are my lights on? What- 
ever. Thank you drive through. Rock On! 



Emily M. Shiavone 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Kate, The Aunts, Ari Shell 
Dee Kery Lau, Bran, Claris, Shan, Luv You guys! 
Summer'93 '95. Hootie, Steve Mill GREASE 
pool jams 6 flags Dees bash - missed it 9/94 Odd 
Group 3/95 Never Forgt PROM? Thanks Scott, 
Bye. 




Robert A. Short 

I made it. Thanks mom and dad. To my best 
friends Sean and Brendon Curtis. Thanks Nana 
God rest your soul. I'm glad I became friends 
with you NlKl. The football team. Good Luck. 
Sorry I could not be there with you guys my 
senior year. Thanks for the good times. Rachelle, 
hope we have many more. Thanks Miss Gazzola. 



Wesley S. Shurtleff 

Thank God it's over. Mom and Ashley I luv you 
both. Ryan, say hi to Neby for me. Michelle, so 
many memories, sixth grade gym, baseball field, 
and fence six years all good luv 4-ever summer 
of 95 was the best. Capeway. Tina, thanks for 
listening "Are you serious" Firehydrant 96 the 
best. 



Matthew J. Silva 

This is it, guys, our last year! And what a year 
it's been, too. Offroad, the garage, still-blinking 
barrels, hair signs, the wagon, "deal," gnawing, 
and gratuitous driving. I want to thank Justin 
Kim Toby Karen Meghan Sarah and Sarah 
Andrea Shawn Joel Adam Bill and Pete for 
being there, and, of course, Mom and Dad. 



Seniors 





Shayne J. Silva 



Dawn C. Simmons 



Holly M. Simonson 



ThanxMom,Dad&Nik. SLSoccer #1 8-Scotland 
'95 Hooch & Soho. Tice-Orthodox'90,Bill-"Hi 
Dad This Is Me Prom Date" Matt J - Put It Away 
In Service Corridor. Puddle,Secret Service, 
Johnny Cranmore=Skiing, Tatoo'93,Sheila- 
Baywatch, Virtual Pitfall,Memorial Day Week- 
end '95, "To The Fort!" 



"An angel, robed in spotless white, 
bent down and kissed the sleeping Night. 
Night woke to blush; the sprite was gone. 
Men saw the blush & called it Dawn." PLD 



We finally made it! Thanks Mom & Dad for 
everything. Good luck Georgia, Jill, Liz, Erica, 
Chris, Karen, Rayne, & Erin. Iwill miss you all. 
Good Luck to the Class of 1996! 




Daniel E. Smith 



Amanda C. Snow 



Amy L. Snow 



Smitty #65. Thanks to the crew-Dan, Matt, Cass- 
Maine, Helen, Beach Day Off, Buncy's, Poker 
Nights, Phillies, Lightfest '95, UMass Hat, Red 
Door, quarries. Pool, Trailblazing, Simpson's, 
"Are you serious" Thanks for being there Mom, 
Dad, Amy, Jo, and everyone else. Adios! 



Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, Tim, Stacey. 
Gail friends for life and beyond. I'll always 
remember you Melanie. Good bye and Good 
luck to all my friends. Remember 8th grade 
lunch Key Club Convention 95. Band concerts. 
Au revoir Mme. Maloney. Good bye forever 
Bob. 



Jessi Scott Pat Chooch Si Tee Larry Kristen Kim 
Liz and the Matthews my crew. May we all 
grow old and crusty together. Jess I got sum 
okay the window tap tap thanks for the ear 
muffs "Pookie" Mom Dad I love ya always 
Thanks for the memories. Love Jiggles 




Seniors 




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Joshua R. Snow 

Thanx Mom Dad & Family 4 everything I love 
U. Dad, You're like a brother! Kristen 6-30-94 U 
were always there 4 me I'll Love You Always 
Florida 95 Missy Where's the party 2 More 
Years 98. Geno Thanx 4 the good times. Chris 
We Did It/Super Bowl 96. Good Luck To All The 
Boys. 



Matthew A. Snyder 

Thanks Mom Dad Josh Steph,! Love You!To all 
the Boy s:Steele Keefe Arty Mike P Boomer Walsh 
Brenna Matt B Matt A Fearce Dan L and Douce, 
Kelly? SL Soccer #5 Scotland 95-Soho-Freunion 
Falma Akins Jon, The Rock Thanks Steele's, 
And In The End On Dreams We Will Depend 



Andrew J. Spath 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Ben. Tennis buddies 4- 
eva-Chico, John, Jessie, Todd. Sarahm to bad I 
could never outrace you. Sarahr thanks for be- 
ing my messenger girl. It's been real! See ya! 




Kimberly A. Standish 

Mom Dad Thanx 4 everything I Love You Ja- 3 
more years Jess-Behave *n/6/94*Tim-You'II 
always be in my heart and on my mind Memo- 
ries I Love You Amz-friends 4-eva You're the 
best The 3 amigas-Katie-skids Lisa-2 much 2 say 
Marlena-hairball Jaime and Sue-CAR GOOD 
LUCK "96" 



Ryan K. Steele 



Mom Dad Ed Eric Thanks 4 everything Chris- 
Matt- Arthur-Times to Remember Pack 104 SL 
Soccer #6 Mr.J Bel-Bob-Brenna- We made it! 
Pierce Snydes Johnny-London- Moscow- 
Hoopers-Good Times-Courtney-I'll wait-Keefa 
Booma Cals-Everyone else "Dream a Little 
Dream" 



Matthew J. Stevens 

Thanks Mom Dad Sam-hBen. To the crew. Smith 
light test, Cranberries-^parking lot, trail blaz- 
ing. Sweet how ya feeling. Van Halen, pool. Jay 
nice Jeep,poker night, phillies. Woodsy/Kellog 
quarries V-ball. Nicole Jr. From. Gayle summer 
95. Thanks for the memories. 



Seniors 





Karen C. Stevenson 



Keith J. Strachan 



Carlie M. Sullivan 



The Best Family in the world: Mom,DadJill, 
AndyXucy. My Bestest friends- Your all such 
kindred spirits,! love u guys! French class avec 
Md. Ma., Art! Lunch table debates,x-country. Get 
over it, on to the next adventure where the sun, 
moon, and the stars collide... 



Thanx Mom+Dad,Love Ya. Josh, Mike, Bob, 
Andy, Doug,Bryan,Rob,Waterfront or Purity? 
Michelle,Darice,Laura,Becky,an the good times. 
Caitlin,Danielle,Rachel,Kate+all the rest. Good 
Luck,ril miss you guys. Brian, Kit. Canobie 
Lake, Riverside, Aerosmith,bungi jumping with 
Andy+Laura. 



Friends and family, I love you. Sarah and the 
Marshfield people, you rule the world. Chad, 
thanks for being there for me. Workboots / Hugs 
and Amethyst can fix anything/Flood/Magic/ 
Always chasing Angel shadows /Nights /Art 
was fun/Draco/Cupcake, Button, Pogo. 




Gregory W. Sullivan 



Sheila Sullivan 



Daniel J. Sweet 



Thanks Family,Grandparents,Mark,Jeff,Jason, 
Lindsay, Sean,Rick,Andy,Keith,Danny,Uncles 
Aunts,Cousins For all the help.Who did what 
now?That'sOK. More thanks to the Komejko's 
Papa,Danny,Family. 1 will win homerun derby! 
Hello Cape,Plymouth,&Fall River.!? Cutlass?! 



Thanks Mom Dad Kath Dan & Matt I Love You! 
To a the Scotts Thanks 4 every thing. Jessica 1 7y rs 
since the sandbox. Shayne *5/10* & Baywatch 
will always be in my heart! To the Crew Girls 
nite out 5 words TV and stuff NOVA Horses? 
Psychos Reese's 24/7 Love Ya Good Luck 



Thanks Mom+Dad+Shawn. To the crew Matt, 
Dan, Jay. Dan, Maine easy street the galstown 
girls+Bunccie Beach Skip, light party, UMass 
hat, Halen concert. Matt how you feeling volley- 
ball, concert, tindropping "good going". Poker 
nights. Jay cool Jeep, PHILLIES, Stoppy, pool 




Seniors 




l/AinjM: k^ 

Shannon L, Swift 



Steven A. Swinhart 



Matthew C. Teuten 



Special thanx to my family.Culinary: couldn't 
have done it without you. Rosa we're not lost 
Missi 9 years Matt Bobby Tim CougarClan Sa- 
rah summer95 Buffet *wood* jetty Weymouth 
Cheerin 95-96 Jenn Jodi Steve Miller 9*22 Kresser 
what do you like? 96 Let the good times roll! 



Thanx 4 everything Mom and Dad, Al you've 
always been there SLBaseball#49 CoachR. 
you've been very influential, Chris Eric Ryan 
Bob Goodluck! Jim,BrianP. UR the best! Brian 
Shayne Bill U guys R great, Kristina Y, Jen 
you're the greatest friends Thanx 4 the Memo- 
ries. 



Thanks Mom and Dad all my other Family, Dan, 
Artie,Steele,Tom,Connoly . Another party at my 
house soon. New Hamphire, Skiing and every- 
thing else great that happened. It's been great 
but I'm glad to get it over, good luck all. 




Elizabeth A. Thurbide 

Thanks Mom dad kris kate & torn Georgia Jill 
Holly Chris Shawn Erin Rayne Jackie Staci.I 
cant believe its over Jen want a Gummy 
Bear.Class of 96 Colorguard 94 December 21 
1988 Uncle Danny 1 will never forget you Canada 
Sea monkeys rule Lucky charms! 



Brian G, Tice 

It's over! Thankx Mom,Dad,Lauren-Love You. 
The Gang-Matt,Mortal Kombat-Bill,Wildcat 
Tunnel-Shayne,Orthodox '90-Kiss-Track-Win- 
ter Track-XCountry-AUison, Hootie & Live, 
Great Times! We're in New Hampshire, Bri- 
Johhny Cranmore-Scanlon,Fred-Dumb&: 
Dumber- Ace-Keep in Truckin. 



Michael J. Tracey 

Thanx Mom and Dad, Keith, Bob, Brian, Andy, 
Dug, Josh, Laura, Becky. I wish you all luck, 
keep in touch. Purity, Shell, Waterfront, Rope 
Swing, Iced Coffee, Canobie Lake '95 not cool. 
77-1/2, 4 SPD, Z28 rules. Oh ya Andy, I think 
you broke more than the driveshaft! 



Seniors 





Alycia M. Travaline 



Kevin M. Vaughn 



Michael D. Vickery 



Mom, Thanks,luv you much,and to all of the 
family. The baby's finally going to leave! Elle, 
and the gang,Virginia Beach 94, Sha-nay-nay, 
Helloow.Sheila-Spain94,the purple puddle- Can 
you handle it? Gayle,ltalians with salami! It's 
been real.Good Luck everyone! -er 



Thanks Mom, Dad, and Bri. It's been tough. 
Kelley, thanks for being there. Skiing in NH 
with Heater and Cronin. The Heart Crew: Mc, 
Fran, Eben, Bri, Check, Cent, Ang. Party at 
Murphs. Irish vs. Italian fights. Me & Mc won. 
July 4th - Bubs clinked. In the end, life ain't 
nothing but a party. 




Dawnelle D. Villiard 

Thanx Mom Dad Daryll God & Fam luv ya Joey 
Brad My heart 4-eva Manny "True Friends!" 
Trev waite 4 Mr. Right Meon "Men!" Myrtle & 
Virginia Beach our cowboys Jack true friends 
stay together Adam Mi Vida Loca,Big Chief, 
Ooh Baby We outa here like bald men! Wayne 
"67" luv 4-eva. 



Jacqueline N. Voye 

To God and my family thanks. Coed, Virginia 
Beach 94, Everything Pedro, Myrtle 
95,Snork,Mags,Trav. To all my friends I will 
never forget you. Tex, Southern Men! Andy luv 
ya. Camping 92-93. Pat the Man. To all no one 
knows what the future will bring, here's to the 
future! 



Steven M. Vu 

"If you are looking for Home and find instead a 
sand-pt, try looking for a sand-pit. Then you'd 
be sure not to find it, which would be a Good 
Thing, because you might find something that 
you weren't looking for, which might be just 
what you were looking for." 



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Amanda M. Wagner 

Thanks Moin,Dad+Sean. SL Softball, Thanks 
Mr. B. To The Crew-FashionPolice,Are You, 
LetMeCheck,Reeses,Women,MochaChunks,Nova 
Sprite,Left,Pysd'iodurboy,Vanilla5queefe,Nice5words, 
Rafting,Don't Move,Twister,Summer 95 24/7. 
So Much Fun In So Little Time! 



Bernadette F. Waitt 

Goodbye is never forever just a way to past the 
time. Thanks to all the teachers who make classes 
fun and also my parent who always helped me. 



Jason P. Wallack 




Christopher J. Walsh 

THANX-Ma Dad Mike+Den, To all my Friends- 
Laffey Matty Tito-101 Arty Log Red + Peck, 
Also Arieta Nick Ails Snydes Shann+Stacey. 
Hotel,Beasties'95 Walkin' the Plank,Murray, 
15th hole, Tito-I can't Cope 1 thin Im gonna Yak. 
It's been real. 



Daniel S. Walsh 

Thanks Mom Dad Sis & family xtra thanks to 
Donna Leo Nana Papa Patrick 1 LUV YOU ALL 
What up Jesse Dan Jerry Bill Mike Gwynne 
George my girl Grace, Jes always remember 
you, BABES miss you so much, 31 33 34 23 58 88 
its been fun thanx, 1 made it mom! 



Susannah Warren 

Monica, Coincidences Thanks 4 being there! 
Beth Square Pegs SPEED- Twin are you 15? 
Crew-Wildnights-Girls nite out-Summers- 
StevOs Flintstones-Chemistry-Grease-STOP- 
Placement Are you coming camping?-5words- 
Jesse Memorys Mom,Dad&Family Thanks 1 
LOVE YOU ALL! 



Seniors 





Elizabeth A. Welch 

Mom and Dad thanx 4-everything! Grandpa 
you're the best! Heather my second mom. I love 
you guys! Kelly Sunday River 91-94 What Hap- 
pened? Amy thanks for all the memories! To the 
Ruits thanx 4-everyting! Carrie good luck! To all 
my friends thanx. Make your dreams come true 
'96. 



Christopher C. Weldon 

Thanx Mom&Dad and family! Pinkham& 
Stoney-thanx for all the fun!SL Hockey Capt.w/ 
Squiko. V-ball at Bobs. Vineyard with Dan,Mike, 
Arty. Gregg-what boat?Joey you are the king! 
Hangin at Cal's House. Snyder whats up? Pac 
em up!Pierce. Good luck to the crew! 



Hannah T. Whipple 

Thanks Mom&Jake-I luv you!Dad-you are 4ever 
i n my heart-I miss you. Eric- you've stood by me 
always, thanx-I luv you!Kate-Sum92-How old 
are you?Jes-2much2write,come home,Mary- 
Herringrun.Mario-The Lawn.Jaime-Why go 
home? Jill,Branki, Amy, AUi,Thanx & Good Luck 
'96! 




Lisa Widdop 



Lisa L. Wiggin 



Jessica J. Willcut 



Special thanks 2 Mom,Dad&Eric-I Luv Ya! 
'*Gregg*-Thanks 4 all you've done 4 me-I' 11 never 
forget you!3AMlGAS:Kim-I will if you do- 
summa 94/Date ducks50&Fruit by the Foot. 
Frank the trunk. *CHEER*94-6/thedivers/ Capt. 
Hotstuff.2 my friends-Thanks 4 the memories. 
GOOD LUCK '96! 



MOM-DAD I luv you! KT thanx 4 being there- 
Boston wrong way-New Ham95 OILS- what rope 
around our ankles-what trouble 2day-sneak out- 
hanson-wampatuck gang luv you! 2 old + new 
friends thanx 4 the memories. BILLY I luv you 
with all my heart-can I tell you a secret? 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Nana, and Papa for all your 
help. Dave, Kenny, Sandy, Jenn, Jimmy "We 
can't forget Point Sabago and the Skundz" The 
Irish Connections. Stephanie "95" Dave I love 
you. Mother June What about the Love Boat? 




Seniors 




Timothy C. Wills 



Jessica L. Woodbury 



Joshua G. Woods 



Mom & Robin-thanks! I LOVE YOU. Matt Brian, 
Adam,Tucker,Andre-YOU GUYS ARE THE 
BEST. All hail the Cougar Clan (Sarah, Missi, 
Shannon). Matt give my love to Felipe. TUCKER 
PARTY? Chris Z. I'll miss ya. Jeannette -wanna 
drive? Hyannis anyone? To the Cavmobile. 
Danke Schoen... 



Thanx Mom,Dad,Katy for everything. Jon- 
you're the cheez and I'm the macaroni *9-9-94*. 
Andrea-kindergarten was more fun. Sue- Hove 
you. Tamar-the bees; bath, cycle, + ski! Tucker 
you're cool. Kim - you still can't have any. 
Admiral,Vice Admiral-thanx for the good times! 
HOOPIE DOO!! 



Thanx Mom4-Dad-i-Christy-Mike.Thankyou 
Lord. Summer 95.Stevens,Smith,Arieta, V-Ball, 
Quarries, KeIIogg-hike,Ski-93,Fishing- 
Phillies,Swamp,3-Man,15-Hole,to cool. Melony, 
Akins-Any new nicknames? Walsh-How many 
accidents? Every one of us has the chance to 
succeed. Good luck 96. 






Jessica A. Wozniak 

To my family and friends: thank you for the 
support, encouragement and love you have 
given me-to ALL of my music teachers-you 
have helped my voice and soul grow. MADRI- 
GALS! Dance "Godspell" "Anything Goes" Se- 
renity Prayer. "Love Will Come to You" - Indigo 
Girls. 



Maggie Wright 



2 Mom Dad Jesse thanks 4 always being there. I 
luv you! Shanni (little black car). Sarah-Ground 
Beef? Jon 4?00 a.m. - Abby Truth or Dare? Ocean 
City, Jackie - coed cheerleading. Angels, swim 
team thanks 4 the memories! Sachems "What 
the mind believes the body achieves." 



Kristina L. Yannizzi 

Mom,Dad,Family,luv you-Matt-you are the song 
that fills my heart, Luv Ya?Niece-Holdfast 2 
your dreams,dont let go of the memories-Moss- 
theres 2 much 2 say! Dees-Luv you guys 
Canneys-my 2nd family&Lesta-my 2nd 
mom,thanx-Angie, Carrie,Steph,Beth,Ruit-Luv 
You All! Court-sing? 



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Christian J. Young 

To my parents and family. Thank you. Georgia, 
Jill + the Sea Mokees Luck Charms Building 19 
Grapes Mini Golf Hard Rock. Amy, Lions don't 
have stripes? Piggy a twist of lemon. July 4 
Fences. Allison, can I be a cool kid? Good luck to 
all my friends and the Class of '96. 



Thomas N. Young 

Bob Marley once said, "In this great future you 
can't forget your past." 1 want to thank my 
whole family, all my friends (even old friends), 
some of my teachers, like Rizz, Stangs, and 
Sorrento, And lastly, I want to say, (Bill agrees 
with me fully)- The Stones Rule! 



Matthew F. Zagrodny 

Thanx Mom,Dad,Michelle,&John 4everything. 
Thanx Tuck, Dow, Wilz,Adam&Dodgie. (Re- 
member we went to Maine?) Hyannis "95" God 
Bless" The House" Jeannette (Wake up 
Princess)Danielle(Stay cute,Muffasa!)Shannon 
(Triple it)Thanx SL football. Good luck in the 
future! Good bye SL! 




Christine L. Zaleski 

Mom,Dad,Steve,Devon-Thanks 4 Being There! 
Andrea- friends Forever! Jen/Jru/Gabi/Matt 
(Luv you)Den/Bill/Mark/Chris/Thanks 4 the 
Memories /Norwood /Cape/93 /Quarries /4- 
Wheeling/Watercountry Starland Golfing/Is- 
land/ Boston /Birthday Brunch /Brockton Babes 
Carl+Dan/Soccer#6-Miss You 



Matthew S. Zanstuck 

I would like to thank Dan for all of the rides that 
he gave me during the football season. I also 
would like to thank my mother for giving her 
time to come out to games in any type of weather 
and going to games that are out on the road. 



Jason P. Zlogar 

1 have the last words in this part. OH THE 
POWER I luv it. Thanx 2 everybody 4 every- 
thing. It was a great 4 years Muy bien! Newt! MY 
HEAD! ARRGHH! Well that's it, have a good 
rest of your lives, see you at the reunions. 




Seniors 





Jared Williams relaxes in the Laker 
Lounge during his options period. 



Seated; Marty Allen, Lindsay Russo, Gail Minichiello. Standing: Steve 
Vu, Steve Brennan, Brian Alberti, Kerin Clow, Ricky Ikasalo, Rachel 
Gore, Sharon Liszanckie, and Matt Johnson. These seniors show off the 
hats they made that represent characters from Othello. 



Cheryl Adams 
William T. Best 
Damian Brown 
Herbray Collins 
Tenika Dickson 
Jamie Harper 
James Libby 
Richard Maguire 
Christine Mantello 




Selma Mechovic 
Peter Millias 
Benjamin Noddin 
Jason Paradise 
Craig Rogers 
Andrew Saba 
Crystal Weidner 
Kenny J. Willcutt 
Jared Williams 





Before she begins to study. Crystal Mannai enjoys the 
luxury of being able to spread out and have a snack in 
the Laker Lounge. 



Jason Zlogar and Joel Bailey practice their sword 
fighting in a scene from Othello. 



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Seniors in 
and around 
the Lake... 



Michelle King tries to answer all of life's little questions 
about the world of physics while Jason Zlogar makes 
sure the mathematical calculations are correct. 

Dan Walsh, Ryan Kresser and Mark Komejko try to 
find material for their I-Search in the Grolliers Elec- 
tronic Encylcopedia. 




Kerin 
Clow and 
Allison 
Sanda 
show their 
class spirit 
by deco- 
rating the 
senior 
wall 
during 
Spirit 
Week! 




Matt Cohen smiles knowing he is about to 
thoughtfully engage himself in 90 minutes 
of history class. 




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Academic Candids 



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Bobby Melone, Chris O'Meara, and Ryan Scanlon work out in 




between baseball seasons proving that Silver Lake Seniors are 


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dedicated in all areas. 





With college applications in and only a few 
short months before graduation, these 
seniors take time out to socialize and enjoy 
each others company. 




With the new block scheduling , students at 
Silver Lake don't just take tests to prove that 
they have learned something new in their 
classes! 



Julie DuPont and Eileen Deltufo are eager to 
learn and even more eager to graduate! 





Susannah Warren and Jessica Scott are so excited 
about their classes this year they just have to smile! 



Steve Vu diligently checks over his physics test before 
handing it in. 



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Matt Johnson and Jon Sarno 

Remember ushen u^e usere fre&hmen... 

for the fir&t time oie oiere the big gucja in the place, 

Bat midterms &>e oioa fcf have to face. 

G)e made it through and d^ent on our oiag; 

No longer could iisejuot sit hack and plag. 

Off to Mill Pond to have some fun, 

(de s(i)am and plaged sports in the sun. 

fit our semiformal, oie spent the night. 

Danced together to "(donderful Tonight." 

finals came and use surpassed. 

Into high school, Gse oient at last! 

Remember o)hen ose osere sophomores... 

(i^e (isere the neos faces in the school 

(de looked up to the seniors, thinking they oiere cool 

Our first Spirit GSeek, oye then faced, 

find persevered in second place. 

6)e energized the Laker's team, 

find at Homecoming, die did gleam. 

fit the Sophomore Social aye danced aayag. 

Our VG pegboard (i}as agloiii. 

G)hen "That's (i}hat friends fire for" ayas plaged, 

Memories oyere made that usi II never fade. 




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Rememher u^han die diare Juniors... 

G^han oar saconcf Spirit (daafc cama, 

(da, tha Junior&, d^on all f ha fama. 

(dith our float, coa hopad tha Tigars oia u^ould tame, 

Euan though UiO lost tha gama. 

Littla mora than half-ii^ag through tha gaar, 

6}a graatad Carnival Giaaf( oiith a chaar. 

fis our Junior gaar oias almost gona, 

f)ttha Braintraa Tara, oia had our prom. 

Gana andfifissg utara our King and C^uaan. 

"(iShanaoar Thara's f) Night" uias our thama. 

Tha SfYTs diara our naxt hrick d^all, 

((nodding dia diouldha Saniors in tha fall 

Our Sanior gaar had come at last, 
find collage applications dnere our task. 

The SflTs die faced once more, 

O^hile caps andgodins die measured for. 

The Homecoming Game &)e mag not have dion, 

Hut at tha dance 6)e still had fun. 

Michelle dias cjueen to Rgan andRgan. 

find our nadi schedules die kept trging. 

fis Graduation is getting near, 

Into our futures uie (tiill peer. 

Through thick and thin, together as a class, 

G^e face the future and remember the past. 

The Class of 1996 has climbed to the top, 

from nodi on iiie Uiill neoer stop! 



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Amy Mangelinkx and Mark Kenerson 
together at eighth grade field day. 




Eileen DelTuf o, Susannah Warren, Lydia Kantor, Sarah 
Roberts, Jessica Scott, and Bill Hinchey sail their way to 
Senior-dom. 



Nicole 
Nelch 
still 
hasn't 
lost her 
Httle 
inno- 
cent 
look. 





Posing in Pacific dress in fourth 
grade, Jessica Woodbury and 
Jeremy Murphy share the fun. 



Always with a football and a 
smile, Tucker Apple shows off 
at Mill Pond. 



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Dan Smith and Dan Sweet dressed as pilgrims when they were younger. 




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"See my picture," Kevin Blakeman shows 
off his drawing whileTim Akins just 
scratches his ear. 





JuHe DuPont even 
smiles on the bus 
to school. 



The Plympton Kids - Marlena Federici, Allison 
Black, Kate Leontie, and Juli Klaus. 



With Pepsi in hand, Dan Keefe 
assumes a salesman-like pose at 
eighth grade field day. 




Always pleasant, Courtney 
Kerrigan will never changed. 





Brian 

Albert! 

screams at 

the top of 

his lungs 

in New 

York. 




*. . vr*'. 



Matt Zagrodny, Tim Wills, and Chris Weldon get together for a group 
picture in Mr. Fernandez's homeroom in ninth grade. 



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How Adorable! Michelle 
Hardiman shows off her 
new hat. 



Hey, Dude! 





Kerry Peach, Michelle Bearce, Amy Bellevue, Dehlia 
Dennison, Brandi Abraham, and Rebecca Lewis want 
everyone to see their awards. 



Ninth Grade Memories 

Mill Pond and Semi Forma! 



Hey, Little Buddy! Justin Pleau 
is ready to set sail for the islands 




Just one more picture, please! Chris O'Meara, Kerin Clow, 
Amy Mangelinkx, Sean Russell, Danielle LaBrecque, Matt Smith 




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The ladies are ready to dance the night away. Sam Cook, Jen 
Same, Sue Shaw, Beth O'Sullivan, Julie DuPont, and Tracy 
Pendergast. 



Sophomore Social 





Amy Snow and Ken Bates enjoy a slow dance 
during the celebration. 



Liz Seaton, Laura Mosca, Jessica Scott, and Sheila 
Sullivan know dancing is strenuous exercise. 



Tim Riel can't decide which lovely 
sophomore to ask for a dance. 




Kristina Shepherd, Amanda Wagner, Laura Preece, Jen Pino, and Rebecca 
Lewis show off their great smiles while taking a break from the dancing. 




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Marty Allen and Allison Sanda, also known as I'rmcess 
Ally, don't mind posing for the camera. 



Is it hot in here or are we just having a great time? Jon 
Crowley, Pete McGrath, and Nick Condon are feeling the 
heat. 



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The Whole Gang Is Here! 




Karen Stevenson, Rachel Gore, Lydia Kantor, Amanda Wagner, Allison 
Sanda, Jessica Scott, Kelly Shepherd, Kristy Kepner, Michelle Hardiman and 
Jessica Wozniak are a few of the many lovely ladies of the evening. 




Showing off their dapper look are Greg McSharry, Brian Tice, Shayne 
Silva, Bill McDonald, and Dan Smith. 



Junior 
Prom 




Lisa Widdop and Amy 
Bellevue are 
looking good ! 




There's Ryan Kresser, 
cutting it up on the 
dance floor. 




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^''yi\s Jlainina on J^rom 
jCiq/il^ ^^ mai sacf sona 
j-rom S'rease, came /rue 
j-or us as juniors on ^pril 
28, I99J, 6u/ foHunaiefy 
me rain sioppecfs/ioriftj 
aj-ier our arrival a/ /ne 
<L)nera/on Uara. 



The Court - Eric Beltramini, Missi Harris, Gene Beliveau, 
Tracy Pendergast, Bob Callahan, Julie DuPont, Carrie Mahoney, 
Scott Shurtleff, Tamar Andreson and Jeff Dawes. 




Leanne Edelman and Michelle 

Andrews. 

Friends Forever. 




The Royal Couple: Missi Harris and Gene 
Beliveau pause for a moment to smile for the 
camera. 




Julie Lawson, Allison McDermott, Kim Standish, Marlena Federici, 
Jaime Jankowski, and Kate Leontie are looking better than ever! c 




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The gang all comes together to show their spirit! 



Dan Sandberg 

and Kate 
Leontie were 
the spirited 
MC's of the 
1995 Home- 
coming Rally. 




Laker pride shines through as these seniors show their 
stuff! 

Liz Petitpasjessie Madeiros, Nicole McLore,Patti 
Davidson,Kristina Shepherd, Beth O'SuUivan, Jen Pmo 
show what friendship and spirit are all about! 




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Beth Kelly shows us why 

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The Girls' Soccer Team proves they are as agile off the field as they are on the field. 




Pep Rally 



Jon Crowley, Matt Easier, Ryan Kresser, 
Kevin Blakeman, Pete McGrath, Jason Zlogar, 
Tucker Apple & Joe Russo have no fear while 
awaiting the homecoming football game. 





Even an injury 
doesn't keep 
Shannon Swift 
down! 



The Silver Lake Cheerleaders sparkle with spirit before the Home- 
coming Rally. 



Seniors 




73 



Homecoming 
Game 



This year's homecoming game was against 
Barnstable on Saturday, October 14, 1995. 
Although the Lakers did not win the game, 
they gave it their best. The stands were 
filled beyond capacity with an enthusias- 
tic crowd. Half-time entertainment was 
provided by the class floats, the cheerlead- 
ers, and the band. Congratulations, team! 





Laker spirit starts with the Senior moms who always show up 
for the games and support the team. 




Number One in Spirit aptly describes the Senior class which 
never fails to cheer the home team. 



"Roast the Raiders" was the theme for the 
Senior float. 




Dan Walsh grasps the ball as he glances for 
an open receiver. 




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Homecoming Game 





The senior players Pete McGrath, Matt Zagrodny, 
Eric Kraft, Tucker Apple and Matt Guevremont 
aren't ready to head for the locker room just yet. 




The team huddles to review new strategies and 
vows to fight the Raiders to the bitter end. 





The band, cheerleaders, and fans fill the stands in 
support of the Laker team. 




A cheer and salute to the flags before the game finally 
begins. 



Tucker Apple hugs the ball and heads for the goal 
line in hopes of making a touchdown. 



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75 




Thejiomecoming ^ance 

on October 14, 1995, began with a puff of 
smoke. No, not a fire, but the DJ who had 
some cool special effects. The hardhats, 
police helmets, sunglasses, and leis were 
the hits of the evening as the wearers danced 
the night away. Michelle Cifuni was queen 
to the dual monarchy of Ryan Steele and 
Ryan Scanlon. Despite the disappointing 
loss to Barnstable's football team, we had a 
great time at the dance. 



Eileen DelTufo, Jen Sarno, and Julie DuPont share 
their last Homecoming night at Silver Lake. 




As royal contes- 
tants Kate Leontie 
and Gregg Man- 
ning share the 
anticipation of the 
announcement of 
the prom king and 
queen. 




Kelly Harkins tries out Matt Ballantine's nice soft 
shoulder. 



Homecoming Dance 



One of the 
Homecom- 
ing Kings 
and the 
Queen - 
Ryan Steele 
and 
Michelle 
Cifuni. 



The 
Homecom- 
ing Queen 
and the 
other 
Homecom- 
ing King - 
Michelle 
Cifuni and 
Ryan 
Scanlon. 




Boomer Weldon and John Crowley share a 
tender moment. 



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Mash potatoes, the twist, or the ooshie gushie doesn't matter 


what you call it. Michelle Hardiman and Kerin Clow are 


getting down! 





Shayne Silva, Trang Nguyen, Sheila Sullivan, Beth 
O'Sullivan, and Amanda Wagner conga to the beat. 



Carrie 

Ruit, 

Courtney 

Kerrigan, 

Allison 

Black, and 

Michelle 

Cifuni are 

having a 

blast at 

the dance. 




Homecoming Dance 




79 




Tim Wills helps Matt Zagrodny find his desk. 




Jill Butler, Brandi Abraham and Gayle Durant get ready 
for SL Pre-school at the old Junior High. 



Everyone 
Smile for the 
Camera! 




Lightening strikes for Julie Lawson and Clarissa 
Lewis during the Evening of Excellence. 



Brian Tice, 
"Open up 
and say 
AHHH!" 





Kerin Clow, Allison Sanda and Rachel Gore 
look so cool they are HOT! 



Seniors 



Holly Simonson, Georgia Cooke, Jill Diauto and 
Andrea Carnabuci are all dressed up for an evening 
of fun. 




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John Bird, Andrea Sacco, "Who does 
your hair?" 





Whoever thought that the third graders from Hahfax Elementary School 
would someday all be seniors! 




Nicole Nelch makes a 
striking lago. 



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Is that Bill and Anne or Steve Vu and Kerin 
Clow? 




Chris O'Meara and Amelia Poole are a 
blast from the past. 



Seniors 




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Most Likely to Succeed 

Amelia Poole and Matt Hillary 





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Michelle Hardiman and Ryan Steele 



Mike Doyle and Clarissa Lewis 

Most Artistic 




Jackie Voye and Jeff Armstrong 

Most Musical 




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Superlatives 



Most Athletic 



Steve Brennan and Meredith Owen 



Most School Spirit 

Kate Leontie and Adann Lavalley 




Marty Allen and Carlie Sullivan 

Class Individual 



Jen Sarno and Ryan Scanlon 

Friendliest 



Superlatives 




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Best Friends 

Sue Shaw & Samantha Cook Jim Drew & Rich Mari 





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Tim Rafferty & Michelle Bearse 

Cutest Couple 

Superlatives 



Best Dressed 

Bobby Palma & Lisa Widdop 



Kerry Peach & Brian Tice 

Class Individuals 



Class Flirts 

Allison Black & Dan Smith 




DehUa Dennison & Arthur Miner 

Most Talkative 



Superlatives 




85 



Conservation 
Horticulture 



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Senior Horticulture Students Tim Marchand, Matt Patts, 
Steve LeClair, Jason Robbins, Matt Linde, and Gabe Allen 
are ready for any landscaping project that comes along. 



Jason Robbins and Matt Linde look over examples of 
floral arrangements before deciding the best use for 
their flowers. 




Cabinetmaking 
& Carpentry 



Todd Robbinson not only is skillful at 
carpentry but is also an expert in cooking. 



Senior Carpentry Students David Shea, Aron Avenell, Tom 
Campbell, Todd Robinson, and Charlie MacPherson display one of the 
many projects completed in their shop. 




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Vocational 





Culinary Arts 



Fried fish 
and french 
fries are on 
the menu. 
Joe Mascio 
prepares to 
heat up the 
friers. 




Senior Culinary Arts Students Jennifer Cunningham and 
Joe Mascio serve coffee and bagels promptly and with a 
smile. 




Auto 
Mechanics 



Steve Fernandes and Jeff O'Connell 
put the last pieces of the exhaust 
system back together . Another job 
well done! 



Senior Auto Mechanics Students are 

Steve Fernandes, Jeff O'Connell, Matt 
Ghilardi, and Charles Sergio. 




Vocational 



Auto Body 




Envisaging the finished product, these seniors dream of 
cruising the streets in style. 



Marketing 

& 

Management 



Senior Marketing Students are Jen Dow, Rob 
Rosano, Dan Austin, Bob Badore, and Beth 
Sheldon. 



Senior Auto Body Students are Robert Nee, Bob 
Coffey, Paul Yaskonis, Steve Dame, Scott Rabosky. 





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Pre-School 



This year the Pre-School moved to 
the old junior high building where 
they were able to spread out and 
expand. Senior Pre-School Students 
are Kerry Arnold, Amy Mangelinkx, 
Allison Carey, Liz Thurbide, Kate 
Johnson, and Lisa Masciulli. 



Lisa Masciulli literally gets tangled up in her 
job with the pre-school students . 




Matt Zagrodny is the only Senior Metal Fab Student this year 



Vocational 




89 



Senior Class Officers 




Ryan Steele - Treasurer 
Julie DuPont - Secretary 
Allison Sanda - President 
Matt Jerome - Vice-President 
Jen Sarno - Historian 

Missing from the photo are: 
Jodi Billings - Student Council 
Bob Badore - Student Advisory 
Sharon Liszanckie - School Council 



A Message From The President 





90 



As our years here at the Lake come to a close, let us 
look back and remember what it was to be a part of the 
Class of '96. We entered the high school as sophomores 
and are now leaving as graduates; mature, educated, and 
prepared to face the challenges which lie ahead. We have 
both accomplished and endured many things as a class 
and have benefited from them. As we leave now we will 
take those memories which have special meaning to us. 
Keep those memories alive and remember all that you 
learned here at Silver Lake. Congratulations to the Class 
of '96 and best wishes in all that you do. 

Sincerely, 

Allison Sanda 

President of the Class of 1996 



Seniors 




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Tara Brennan and Mike O'Meara toss candy to the crowd while 
cheerleaders Mary Beth DeMille, Jen Warwick, Bonnie Oates, 
Amber O'Neil, Meredith Fumarola, and Kristan Howie carry the 
junior banner. 




Rob Cahill, Kristen Kuja, and Lauri McNamara were part of 
the crew on the float. 





Matt Ridge doesn't seem to mind all the attention from 
the junior girls during the Pep Rally! 



Juniors 

On The Way Up 



The Junior class started the year work- 
ing hard on their Homecoming float. 
They set up a committee and worked 
on weekends and after school. The 
work paid off for the Junior float won 
with the theme "Wreck and Rob the 
Raiders." In November the Juniors 
ran a bottle drive for a fundraiser for 
their class. They collected bottles in 
the surrounding towns and raised $156. 
They also had a magazine drive and 
raised $1200. In March the Junior class 
organized and hosted "Mr. Silver 
Lake" which was a big success and a 
lot of fun. They ended the year with 
the Junior Prom and look forward to 
being Seniors in September. 





Michelle Walmsley and Peter Hunt enjoy 
music and friends at the Homecoming 
Dance, but Kevin Virta looks like he is not 
having a good time. 



92 



Underclassmen 




Junior Class Leaders 

Jessica Henry - Treasurer 
Heather Parker - Historian 
Tara Brennan - Secretary 
Tim Gleason - Vice President 
Absent on the day of the picture were: 
Jessica Wood - President 
AroUne Seibert - School Council, 
Sandy Beaton - Student Council 
Matt Fulton - Student Advisory 





Mary Beth DeMille, Jessica Wood, Jen Traficante, 
and Heather Dion weren't shy even during their 
sophomore days. 



Ed Wood is proud to show off the table he made in 
his carpentry and cabinetmaking class. 





Bob McCarthy, Corey Pento, and John Terranova will 
be the foundation of the football team next year. 



Bad Hair Day during Spirit Week gave 
Tom Hill a chance to experiment with 
some new styles. 



Underclassmen 




93 




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Katie Mullaney leads the way as Christina Creech and Dan 
Sulhvan carry the banner for the sophomore class 




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Repel the Raiders, represented by Dana Scanlon, is what 
Shannon Laffey and Kelly Ruxton did on the sophomore float. 




Coming and going these sophomore girls have it right! 




Sophomores 

'98 Is Great 

The Class of '98 faced new challenges 
and opportunities. They adjusted and 
overcame their fears of high school. 
Homecoming was new to them, but they 
put much effort and cooperation into the 
construction of their float "Rising Up." 
The Sophomore Social, which was held 
in March, was the highlight of the year 
for the class. With anticipation and hope 
the class looks forward to their junior 
year. 




94 



Underclassmen 



Sharing a good time is what Michelle Walsh, 
Michelle Burns, Heather Scott, Cheryl Rone, 
Heidi Pendergast, Lauren Tice, and Shelly 
Orcutt did when they all got together at 
their flrst high school Homecoming Dance. 



Lauren Kraft 
takes advan- 
tage of the 
quiet of the 
new library 
to do some 
research for 
English class. 





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Silver 
Lake is 
lucky to 
have Jim 
Kinkade 
as an up- 
and- 
coming 
player 
for the 
Lakers' 
football 
team. 
Jim 
proved 
he's a 
good 
sport on 
and off 
the field. 



Sophomore Class Leaders 

Sophomore class officers don't 
stop until they get it right. 

Heidi Pendergast - Treasurer 
Kim Bombardier - Historian 
Ann Healy - Student Council 
Jeff Phillips - Vice President 
Kevin O'Neil - PubUc Relations 
Shannon Laffey - President 
Danielle Webb - Secretary 
Absent from the picture is 
Celeste Wolters - Student 
Advisory. 





Joel Vaughn takes careful notes during 
the social studies dig in the woods. 




Sophomores had to adjust to longer periods, new teachers, and more 
difficult subjects. They welcomed a short interruption from their 
science test. 



- Kelly 

■ Veazie 

1 tallies the 

' receipts at 

i the end of 

j^ the day in 

|H| the school 
store. 



Underclassmen 




95 




The freshmen made a fantastic showing in the Homecoming Game 
parade with their float "Reign Upon the Raiders' Parade." 




Face painting seems to come natural to these freshmen girls who 
really put pep into the Pep Rally. 




Last but certainly not least, the freshmen proved they were a force 
to be reckoned with. 



Freshmen 

Rise To 
The Occasion 

Before beginning their Freshman 
year, they were nervous and scared 
yet very excited. They entered the 
crowded high school and waited pa- 
tiently for portable classrooms. They 
waited. ..and waited. During Spirit 
Week in late October, they ran away 
with the first place award. Although 
ambivalent to the expectations, the 
class came together and built a great 
float. For the first fundraiser, they 
sold entertainments books to help 
build their treasury. In early Decem- 
ber they had a Freshmen Lock-In, an 
overnight activity of movies, games, 
dancng, food, and a few unexpected 
bumps and bruises. The Class of 1999 
is the first combined class at Silver 
Lake Regional High School in 22 years 
and will be the last senior class of the 
century. 




Erin McWilliams, Kelly Wright, 
Leanne Feleciano, Samantha Beaton, 
and Shawn Chase know that FRESH- 
MEN RULE! 




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Underclassmen 




Freshmen Class Leaders 

Sarah Harling - Treasurer 
Meredith Aherne - President 
Jay Donovan - Vice President 
Katie Zavell - School Council 
Ben Spencer - Public Relations 
John Vercollone - Historian 
Absent from the picture are: 
Mary Cunningham - Secretary 
Amanda Bright - Student Council 
Amy Alzotti - Student Advisory 




Mr. Dunn's ancient history class went on an archeo- 
logical dig in the woods behind the school. Rachel 
Oliveira and Jeff Doyle marked off the site while 
Miranda Pelletier and Brian Butler recorded the 
data. 





C. J. Small and Mike Mendes take a break from the 
preparation for lunch in Culinary Arts. 



Shawna Deegan, Abby Luque, Melissa Johnson, and 
MeUssa Pierce prepare to take the artifacts found 
on the dig back to school. 



Underclassmen 




97 








Mrs. Thumudo's freshmen English class finishes up a second 
before the bell rings. 

Jane Montossi doesn't know what to make of the artifacts 
m found during their class dig. 



Peter Hunt, 
Patrick Furze, 
Stephanie 
Janhola, and 
Aroline Seibert 
are definitely 
dressed to 
impress. 




These eager underclassmen listen intently to a demonstratioi 
in metal fab class. 




Maria Sorrento and 
Bonnie Oates enjoy 
the quiet of the new 
library. 




98 



Diane Brown learns 
to balance the books 
in the school store. 




Underclassmen 



To The Class of 1996: 



Author and pubhsher Elbert Hubbard defined discon- 
tent as follows: "There are two kinds of discontent in the world; 
the discontent that works and the discontent that wrings it 
hands. The first gets what it wants, and the second loses what it 
had. There is no cure for the first but success; there is no cure at 
all for the second." 

Hopefully, Silver Lake Regional School District has pro- 
vided you with the necessary framework enhancing your 
understanding and appreciation that something that is 
desirous of achieving will necessitate that you "work" at it 
to get it accomplished. It takes more than innate ability to 
achieve your goals and the sooner one recognizes this fact, 
the more fruitful and rewarding a future you will experi- 
ence. 

To all members of the Class of 1996 may 1 commend you 
for your demonstrated efforts in attaining your goals. 





Paul A. Squarcia, Ed.D. 
Superintendent of Schools 



To Members of the Class of 1996: 

I offer my sincere congratulations to the members of the 
Class of 1996. You have distinguished yourself as out- 
standing citizens not only in school but in the community 
as well. The 1995-96 school year for Silver Lake Regional 
High School was one of growth and change with the 
unification of Grades 9 through 12 and the opening of the 
Humanities Building. You were called upon to provide 
leadership and direction to the entire student body. Your 
efforts in making this year of transition successful is much 
appreciated. 

My best wishes for your success. 

Sincerely, 




William L. Pepper 
Assistant Superintendent 




100. 



Administration 



Dear Members of the Class of 1996: 

"Rising to New Heights" is a very appropriate theme for your 
Yearbook. High expectations for your class and for the individuals in the 
class have been obvious during your years at Silver Lake. During this 
year of change, you have been a source of leadership and stability for our 
school. 

As you leave Silver Lake Regional High School, I hope that you will 
continue to dream about doing great things and continue to work hard 
to achieve those dreams. Success comes to those individuals with high 
goals and a work ethic that reflects a determination to reach your goals. 

I wish all of you much happiness and a love of learning throughout 
your life. Thanks for all that you have brought to Silver Lake and may 
you never stop your efforts to "Rise to New Heights." 
Sincerely, 



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John F. McEwan, Ed.D 
Principal 




To the Class of 1996: 
I wish you health and happiness in the 
years ahead . Many thanks for all of your 
help and please keep in touch with us 
here at Silver Lake. 



Robert A. Hodge 
Assistant Principal 



"Strangely enough, this is the past that 
somebody in the future is longing to 
go back to." -Ashliegh Brilliant 

Robert J. Cunniff 
Assistant Principal 




Congratulations to the class of 1996! You have been a class of 
"firsts." First to occupy the Humanities Building. First to have the 
Laker Lounge. First to utilize block scheduling. First to have 86 
minute periods, and my first class as Assistant Principal. You have 
been the trailblazers. You have learned a great deal here at Silver 
Lake both inside and outside of the classroom. Use these skills to 
continue to grow and become the leaders of the twenty-first 
century. Remember that "the harder you work. ..the luckier you 
get." Best wishes and congratulations to the class of 1996; may you 
be successful in all your endeavors. 

Richard J. Kelly 
Assistant Principal 




Administration 




101. 



M. Agostini 

A. Ahola 
M. Allen 

B. Anti 

B. Ashby 



T. Barsantee 

P. Beaulieu 

R. Bennett 

G. Black 

A. Bloomquist 



T. Bollin 
J. Briggs 

C. Brown 

D. Brown 
K. Brown 



W. Bystrom 

C. Carl -. - 
K. Cashin 'n.:^" 
W. Cerne 
B. Cotter 



S. Crowley 

T. Cubi 

J. Cucinatto 

J. Cucinatto 

P. Curtis 



J. Darche 

F. DiCesare 

R. Donohue 

W. Donovan 

M. Duffy 





102. 



Faculty 




Ms. Hildegarde Gillis has taught Spanish 
at Silver Lake for over thirty years. Her 
cheerful disposition, great sense of humor, 
and demanding teaching style have con- 
tributed to making her classroom a place 
where learning and understanding take 
place. Her passions, besides teaching of 
course, are tennis and golf which she plays 
several times a week during the warm sea- 
sons. Our special thanks to Ms. Gillis for 
her suggestion to cancel midyear exams 
this year. 




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K. Drane 
W. Dries 
J. Duggan 
E. Dunn 
K. Dunn 



L. Egan 
R. Fanning 
S. Fernandez 
E. Fitz William 
E. Flaherty 



R. Frazier 
M. Gazzola 
S. Giambanco 
P. Giammarco 
S. Gibbons 



F. Gilbert 
M. Gilchrist 
P. Gillespie 
J. Goggin 
E. Goldberg 



Faculty 




103. 



L. Gould 

R. Govoni 

M. Grady 

T. Greland 

D. Hanley 



A. Hardy 

J. Hathaway 

B. Hines 

L. Hunt 

R. lovanna 



M. Jacobson 

W. Johnson 

M. Jordan 

L. Kafrawy 

A. Kaupp 



R. LaughHn 

A.Levesque 

M. Lopes 

J. Locke 

J. Lunny 



Mr. Fred Watson is one of the many 
great science teachers on the staff. 
His classroom is always full of plants 
that he loves to grow and which he 
shares with everyone. His sense of 
humor and understanding help to 
make his class both entertaining and 
educational. During the summer 
months, he spends his time diving for 
lobsters and caring for his beautiful 
flower gardens. 




104. 



Faculty 





W. MacKinnon 
J. Madden 
V. Mahtesian 
T. Maliszewski 
J. Malone 



J. Maloney 
J. Mannix 
C. Martin 
L. Maynard 

A. McAleer 



M. McSweeney-Martin 
J. Medeiros 
N. Mellon 
N. Mitchell 
R. Murphy 



M. Murray 
M. Mutrie 
S. Myr 

J. Napolitano 
D. Nicol 



R. Osgood 
D. Pejouhy 
D. Pierce 
B. Pimental 
M. Piwarunas 



N. Poole 
R. Powell 
F. Pruyn 
D. Rafferty 
J. Rice 



Faculty 




105. 



K. Richards 

A. Rizzitano 

L. Rohr 

E. Santoro 

K. Sawyer 



C. Schultz 

}. Schweer 

R. Scott 

P. Sennett 

R. Shattuck 



G. Shetler 

M. Shultz 

D. Siereveld 

M. Snavely 

C. Sorrento 



G. Soule 

M. Spinelli 

M. Stanghellini 

R. Swanson 

A. Tassinari 



D. Tavares 

J. Thompson 

M. Thumudo 

P. Trenouth 

J. Tufts 



J. Turley 

J. Walsh 

R. Warnock 

P. Warren 

D. Welty 




Faculty 




C. Woodhouse M. Wusenich R. Young 

Seniors who have Mrs. Luci Record for 
EngUsh are required to keep a Senior 
Scrapbook as a year-long project. This 
book contains pictures and writing as- 
signments produced during the year. 
Sometimes the project seems endless, but 
seniors always are proud and thankful 
that this was part of the course because 
they leave school with their personal jour- 
nal of their senior year. 






Mrs. Sue Leighton, a 
retired foreign language 
teacher and friend of 
Ms. Gillis, attended the 
dinner to honor teachers 
with twenty-five or 
more years of service 




Little Hubbard, part of 
the extended Silver Lake 
family, made his appear- 
ance at the Junior Prom 
with his mom, Mrs. Jordan. 



Mrs. Brown dlways enjoys Spirit Week, even 
if it means losing her shoes and wearing 
bunny ears. 



Faculty 




107 



Head of 
the 
custodi- 
ans, 
Victor 
Flaherty, 
is the 
man 
behind 
the 
scenes. 



Our 

custodians 

even do 

windows! 

Just ask 

Allen 

Perkins 

who 

pauses 

just a 

moment 

outside 

the office. 





108. 



Mary 

MacDonald 

does a 

thorough 

job of 

cleaning 

the sinks in 

the science 

labs. 



Staff 



Custodial 
Staff 




Paul 
Goodhue 
and 
Parker 
Betters 
worked 
hard all 
summer 
prepar- 
ing for 
the BIG 
move. 



Walter 
Osborne 
and John 
Guevremont 
take a 
break from 
a long day 
of moving 
boxes to the 
modular 
classrooms. 



Look at her 

Rita 
Williamson 
smiles as 
she cleans 
the lockers 
for the 
beginning 
of school. 



Rita 
Williamson, 
prepares her 
list of locker 
combinations 
and invento- 
ries her 
supplies before 
opening day. 






Ron 

Grattan 
vacuums 
out the 
heating 
ducks - no 
more gum 
wrappers 
or home- 
work 
papers in 
here. 



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Kevm Doyle and Mr. Nogueira offer suggestions to 
Vic Flaherty who must run to save the day, again! 




John Guevremont can't decide 
which job is more important - 
mopping or sweeping. He does all 
with Laker Pride. 



Walter Osborne, Vic Flaherty, John Guevremont, and John Glynn are 
always glad when the day is finally over. 



Staff 




,109. 




"Ryan Maynard is my choice because of his 
overall character. I've had him in my class for 
the past two years. During that time he has 
shown exemplary effort and a willingness to do 
whatever it takes to make himself a better artist. 
The part of Ryan's personality that might go 
unnoticed is his peer relationship quality. He 
always helps others whenever possible and goes 
out of his way to be positive and supporting of 
those around him. His hard work and caring 
attitiude are traits that are surely needed in 
today's society." 
- Mr. Sorrento 



"Gail Minichiello is a member of Key 
Club and has volunteered over 200 hours 
to the organization during the past three 
years. She is sensitive and takes commit- 
ment seriously. As the backbone of the 
Key Club, she is always the first to volun- 
teer to serve others. Her unselfishness 
and desire to make Silver Lake and the 
Silver Lake Community the best that it 
can be truly captures what Gail is all 
about. She is one of the Silver Lake 'un- 
sung heroes' and, as such , deserves to be 
recognized." - Mrs. Curtis 






"I have worked with Steve LeClair over the last three 
years as a student enrolled in the Conservation and 
Horticulture program. 1 am impressed on a daily 
basis with this young man's motivation in his shop 
class. It seems that describing his work ethic as great 
seems to be inadequate. Steve works very diligently 
in class and even volunteers time after school to 
complete projects. He has planned and completed 
many projects such as the walkway by the adminis- 
tration building and assembled the ebb and flow 
plant bench in the greenhouse that will benefit Con/ 
Hort students now and for a long time. Steve plans to 
attend Stockbridge College at Amherst and major in 
agriculture production. I believe we will see great 
things from him and his future business in agriculture 
production." - Mrs. Rohr 



110. 



Teacher's Choice 



"Jessica Willcutt is a cheery, beautiful and kind indi- 
vidual who is always willing to assist students who are 
less fortunate. This sense of concern for others makes 
Jessica a very special individual. Although Jessica has 
overcome many personal and academic obstacles dur- 
ing her high school years, she has continued to remain 
positive and successful. Her smile radiates a room. It 
has been a pleasure to work with Jessica." - Ms. Gazzola 



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"Bill McDonald leads quietly by his example- 
hardworking, thoughtful, responsible. Despite 
a bout with mono-nucleosis. Bill has continued 
to produce quality academic work and to 
maintan his enthusiasm for the track team." 
- Mr. Dunn 






"Emily Bristol represents the premise that through 
hard work and believing in your ability you can 
succeed. Over the years she has shown steady growth 
as a person and an athlete. Though she may not be 
the fastest runner on the team, nobody does more 
work than she and her placing is always important 
to the team's winning. She does this without seek- 
ing the limelight and at the same time she leads by 
her exemplary work ethic. She is a total team player 
always willing to put the team first and foremost. 
She is likened to the impatient plant that blossoms 
in the shade." - Mr. Darche 





"Chris O'Meara is a soft-spoken young man who 
is a pleasure to have in class. He takes every 
assignment seriously and endeavors to do his best 
no matter what. His regard for the welfare of 
others makes him a friend to all. He also takes this 
quiet reserve to the athletic fields where he is a 
team player whether it be baseball or field and 
track. Chris is the type of student who makes 
teaching a real pleasure." - Ms. Goldberg 



111 



Teacher's Choice 




J. Altobello 

L. Armstrong 

K. Bernard 

J. Dart 

D. Drew 



B. Graham 

M. Hull 

L. Janhola 

G. Jones 

A. Knight 



V. LaCrosse 

B. Lewis 

D. Messier 

N. Paquin 

J. Shea 





112, 



The cafeteria staff has the 
difficult task of preparing 
deUcious and nutritious 
lunches for over 1600 stu- 
dents. Added to the regu- 
lar cafeteria this year was 
the Laker Lounge where 
lunch and snacks were 
served all day. 
M. Deignan, J. Russell, D. 
DelRosso, R. Stappen, M. 
Waterman, E. Connolly, 1. 
Flood, Helen Wright. Not 
present for the picture 
were J. Dunn, A. Feleciano, 
J. Swales - Head Cook, and 
D. Nicholls - Director. 



Support Staff 





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Boys' 
Soccer 





Bottom: Mike Duclos, Scott Kendrick, Andrew Yellope, Eric Beltramini, Ryan 
Steele, Steve Brennan, Patrick Furze, Jon Whiting, Matt Pierce Top: Coach Johnson, 
Dennis Morway, Matt Snyder, Josh Trainer, Brian Morgan, John Fiumara, Patrick 
Colhns, Jason Cardinal, Matt Kent, Shayne Silva, Robert Palma, Tim Akins, 
Andrew Darsch, Matt Skillings, Manager Matt Jerome. 




Their fearless leader. Coach Johnson, commands the 
team to his 200th victory. 




Bobby Palma is a definite threat to the oppos- 
ing team as he tries to take control of the ball. 





When Ryan Steele takes a shot at the ball, it is 
nothing but a blur. 



114. 



Boys' Soccer 




Go Team, Go 




Steve Brennan takes control on the 
field as he drives toward the net. 




Matt Pierce, Shayne Silva, and Andrew 
Yellop listen intently for last minute 
strategy. 




Playing hard on the field sure builds a thirst for Bobby Palma. 



Tim Akins shows 
some fancy 
footwork for the 
crowd as he 
charges 
downfield. 





The Silver 
Lake offense 
soars past the 
opponents in 
pursuit of the 
ball. 



Boys' Soccer 




115. 





Once again. Coach Ashby's 
team astounds him with their 
many talents. 




Bottom: Lydia Kantor, Christine Zaleski, Missi Harris, Meredith Owen, Michelle 
Cifuni, Marlena Federici, Melissa Hearn, Rebecca Lewis. Middle: Becky Brown, 
Elyce Aherne, Jamie Drew, Kim Bombardier, Krista Koylion, Laura Kane, 
Kristen McAuliffe, Cheryl Rone, Kerrie Corvi, Jane Brennan, Rachel Bouley. 
Top: Kristen Hockney, Melissa Pinche, Candy Reich, Coach Ashby. 




Cheryl Rone certainly knows how to use her head as Kristen 
Hockney and Kristen McAuliffe rush up the field to help. 




Missi Harris and Meredith Owen top off 
the girl's soccer team pyramid with 
Christine Zaleski, Michelle Cifuni, 
Marlena Federici, Lydia Kantor, Rebecca 
Lewis, Melissa Hearn, Rachel Bouley. 



116. 



Girls' Soccer 





Girls' 
Soccer 



Tri-captains Michelle Cufini, Missy Harris, and 
Meredith Owen lead the Girls' Soccer team to 
another state championship. 



Rebecca Lewis and Missi Harris huddle with their 
teammates for a victory cheer. 





Goalie, Rachel Bouley, gives her teammates a high 
five as she runs to her position. 




Christine Zaleski steals the ball away from her oppo- 
nent and heads down the field towards the goalie. 



Girls' Soccer 




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Laker 
Football 

The Laker Football team 
finally turned around and 
broke their three year 
losing streak. Their record 
was 3-7 and they beat 
Plymouth South on the 
Thanksgiving day game. 





1995 Silver Lake Football Team 



Jon Bond completes 
a pass and dodges a 
Taunton defenseman 
at the same time. 
What a play! 



Coaches: Bill McGrail, Bob Murphy, Jeff Knight, 
Charlie Sorrento, Fred Dovle, Steve Giambanco. 





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Senior Captains: Mike Doyle, Matt Guevremont 
Tucker Apple. 



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Tucker Apple demonstrates his outstanding skills as 
he slides down the field in order to complete a pass 
for his team. 




118. 



Football 




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The Lakers' offensive line prepares themselves 
to score against the Raiders! 




With this type of intensity, is there no doubt that captain 
Tucker Apple deserved to be picked for the OCL All-Star 
Team? 



Laker kicker 
Corey Pento 
sends the 
football 
sailing past 
the Taunton 
defense. 



Andre Mendes, #20, snags a pass. 




Tri-captain, Matt 
Guevremont, 
carries the ball 
downfield towards 
the Lakers' end 
zone. 





The Lakers congratulate one 
another for yet another outstand- 
ing play. Is there no stopping 
them? 



Football 




.119. 



Cross 
Country 

At the beginning of the track 
season, the success of the 
team was questioned 
because so many good 
seniors had graduated last 
year. But everyone worked 
together, showing true 
sportsmanship, especially 
the rookies. The Boy's and 
Girl's team did extremely 
well at the state meet and 
the season was a decided 




success! 



Front Row: Angela Machionno, Emily Bristol, Eileen DelTufo, Rachel Souza, 
Jesssica Scott, Karen Stevenson. Back Row: Amanda Wagner, Lara Slot, Michelle 
Burns, Rachel Gore, Michelle Walmsley, Lauren Tice, Stephanie Boyd, Heather 
Scott, Katie Cram, Megan Strug, Lauren Colwell, Heather Dion, Allison Sanda, 
and Coach Darche. 




Captains Jessica Scott and 
Emily Bristol follow Lauren 
Tice to the finish line. 






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120. 



Cross Country 



Front Row: Travis Gore, Dustin Antle, Matt Woods, Dave Hillary, Shawn 
Dinsmore, Matt Fulton. Back Row: Coach Darche, Schaun Dion, Brett Bouley, 
John Hannon, Ken McCall, Mike Laughlin, Brian Tice, Kevin Virta, Joe Llanes, 
Tom Duggan, Manager Amanda Wagner. 




Senior Cross Country runners: Karen Stevenson, Eileen DelTufo, Allison 
Sanda, Emily Bristol, Jessica Scott, Schaun Dion, Brian Tice, Shawn 
Dinsmore, Ken McCall, Amanda Wagner, Rachel Gore. 





Captains: Ken McCall, Emily Bristol, 
Jessica Scott, Schaun Dion. 




Allison Sanda, Lauren Tice, and Heather Scott relax in between 
runs. 



Coach Darche gives another 
one of his motivational 
speeches to Mike Laughlin, 
Brain Tice, Kevin Virta, 
Amanda Wagner, Dustin 
Antle, Matt Woods, and Dave 
Hillary. 



Mike Laughlin, Brett Bouley, 
Brain Tice, Dustin Antel, 
Schaun Dion, Kevin Verta 
sprint up the hill on their way 
to victory. 




Cross Country 



Mike Morrissey shoots one in while Jon Bond and Matt 
Arieta wait for the rebound. 

Coach Dick Arieta goes over last minute strategies with the 
team before the start of the game. 




Jon Bond makes a quick two points for the team. The 
rest of the team keeps the opposition at bay. 




122. 




Boys' Basketball 



Matt Arieta gets the traditional send off as the Laker 
team is announced. 



Boys' 
Basketball 




Mary Beth DeMille and Kate Leontie go out of 
their way to support the varsity basketball team. 





Matt Arieta takes the ball to the basket. Dan Laffey and 
Mike Morrissey are ready for the steal. 



During the time outs, the 
cheerleaders take over 
the floor to entertain the 
crowd with their routine. 



Mike Morrissey takes 

the ball over the arm 

of a Quincy player. 

Laffey and Bond are 

ready for the swish 

through the net. 




Boys' Basketball 



Girls' Basketball 



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Coach Steele, Samantha Cook, Beth Caruso, Sue Shaw, Marche 
Strickland,Amy Mangelinkx 

Front: Kristen McAuliffe, Candy Reich,Allison Sanda, JuHe DuPont, 
Cheryl Rone, Kim Duclos 

With a flying start, 
Cheryl Rone out 
runs her guard and 
leaps for the basket. 







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Beth Caruso hustles after the ball as her opponent tries to 
reach it first. 




Senior members of the team are Samantha Cook,Amy 
Mangelinkx, Sue Shaw, Allison Sanda and Julie DuPont. 




Marche Strickland snatches the ball out of the air 
and aims for the basket in one quick movement. 

Candy Reich uses her hip in an attempt to keep a BR 
player away from the ball. 




Knowing that she'll soon be out there with 
the best, Beth Caruso waits patiently on 
the sidelines. 




Girls' Basketball 





1995 Girls' Spring Track Team 



With the sound of the gun, 
Kelly Ruxton and Tanesha 
Henry are off and running 
while Josey Roy and Laurel 
Nee wait their turn at the 
starting line. 





Karen Stevenson looks weary 
but determined as she rounds 
the corner into the home 
stretch. 




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Eileen DelTufo 
puts her all into 
her throw. 



Senior members of the 
track team include back 
row: Jackie Voye, Lydia 
" Kantor, Jessica Scott, 
Kelly Shepherd, Sheila 
Sullivan, Samantha 
Cook, Rebecca Lewis, 
Michelle Cifuni, Jodi 
Billings, Rachel Gore, 
and Allison Sanda. 
Front: Melissa Hearn, 
KristyKepner, Kerin 
Clow, Eileen DelTufo, 
Karen Stevenson, Rachel 
Bouley, Kerry Peach, 
Mariana Lopes, Tanesha 
Henry, Emily Bristol. 




Girls' Spring Track 



Boys' Spring Track 




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The Boys' Spring Track Team with Coaches Scott Turley and Fred 

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Dinsmore knows he has a chance 
to make a good showing for the 
team. 







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Andrew Darsch has great form as 
he makes a perfect landing in the 
long jump. 



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Senior Bill McDonald's long legs give him an edge at conquering the 
hurdles. 



Boys' Spring Track 




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The Team 




The Coaches: Mr. Darche and Mrs. Barsai^tee 
are the best. 





The Shotput: Corey Holmes gets in position 
for his turn at the shotput. 



The Captains: Michelle Hardiman, Kelly 
Shepherd, Shaun Dion, Jessica Scott, and Ryan 
Scanlon provide leadership and example. 



Winter Track 



Winter Track 

Something for 
Everyone 





The Boys' 1000 Meter Race: Matt Long, 

Dave Hillary, and Matt Fulton make Silver Lake proud. 



The High Jump: Brian Tice makes it over with ease 




The Girls' 50 Yard Dash: Michelle Watson, Clarissa Lewis, and Amanda 
Wagner never give up. 



Winter Track 




129. 





Jen Sarno fights her opponent for the 
ball. 



Co-captains: Michelle Hardiman and Kristy Kepner. 



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Melissa Green sends a "through pass" 
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Michelle Hardiman 
sends the enemy run- 
ning as she drives the 
ball down the field. 



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130. 



Field Hockey 



Back row: Assistant Coach Fitzwilliam, Lisa Venezia, Sarah Ziefcak, 
Heidi Pendergast, Renee Riech, Lisa Cash, Melissa Green, Kristen 
Kuja, Julie DuPont, Coach Lopes. Middle Row: Jen Sarno, Jessica 
Bradley, Heather Parker, Kerry Watson, Heather Driscoll, Aroline 
Seibert. Front Row: Kristy Kepner, Michelle Hardiman. 




T.J. White, Joe Peck, Matt Ballantine, Bill Russll, and Dan Kellog are all 
more confident than ever that this season will be better than last. 




Ed Melucci lines up the hole 
to make the perfect putt. 




Mark Komejko puts everything 
he's got into his swing. 




With a perfect follow through Bill Russell 
tees off at the ninth hole. 



Back: Justin Peters, Alan Aukstikalnis, Robert Martin, 
Bill Russell, Joe Peck, Coach Steele. 
Front: Shaun McFadden, Ed Melucci, Matt Ballantine, 
Mark Komejko, Chris Walsh, Dan Laffey. \ 13 

Golf 




Girls' Softball 




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Kim Mulrain dives to grab the ball. 



Susannah Warren winds up 
for the pitch. 



The Girls' Softball team had an 
even season with a record of 9 wins 
and 9 loses in the OCL and a record of 
10 wins and 10 loses for the over-all 
season. With six returning seniors the 
1996 season should improve this 
record greatly. Good Luck Girls! 




Coach Brennan 
applauds the 
team's effort. 




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Bottom: Jennifer Tobin, Casey Crocker, Amy Key, Tracey Troupe, 
Alicia Adams Middle: Meredith Owen, Michelle Andrews, 
Susannah Warren, Amy Duverger, Kristen Kuja, Suzanne DeSellier 
Top: Coach Brennen, Katie Brenton, Amanda Wagner, Kerry 
McNamara, Colleen Chase, Kim Mulrain. 




132. 



Girls' Softball 



Meredith Owen goes back 
to make the catch. 






Coach Rodgers and Coach Flaherty concentrate 
on every move of the game. 



Boys' Baseball 




The Boys Baseball team, after a season of hardwork, 
earned a standing of 4th place in the league. They had 
one of their best seasons since 1981, with 11 overall 
wins and 10 overall losses. (8 league wins and 8 league 
losses) Captains for the 95-96 season, Chris O'Meara, 
Steve Swinhart, and Eric Beltramini, are looking for- 
ward to an even better year. 



With the intensity of Roger Clemens, Tim 
Troup throws a fast one to home plate. 




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Top: Coach Rodgers, Brian Dodge, Chris O'Meara, Craig Pinkham 
Lou Chighisola, Chris Watson, Bob Callahan, Scott Roche, Alan Provost, 
Coach Flaherty. Second: Eric Beltramini, Matt Hockney, Ryan Scanlon, 
Greg Sanda, Tim Troup, Steve Swinhart, Warren Place, Joe Llanes. 



Senior Eric Beltramini runs his 
heart out for another victory for 
Silver Lake. 



Boys' Baseball 




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Varsity Football Cheerleaders: Allison Black, Lisa 

Widdop, Jodi Billings, Amber O'Neil , Danielle LaBrecque, 
Stephanie Parrotta, Denise Freeman, Jen Warwick Bonnie Oates, 
MaryBeth DeMille, Beth Kelly, Shannon Swift, Maggie Wright 




Being good friends and cheering partners makes this a 
great sport for the gregarious. 



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Go! Fight! 
Win! 




Mariana Federici and AHison Black don't 
seem to mind the cold of the hockey rink. 




Cheerleading 



Kate Leontie always supports Silver Lake. 




Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders have it 
all. 




There is no spirit like Laker spirit! 




The night of the semi-formal dance Lori 
Fairweather was the only cheerleader 
to show up for the hockey game. 







Varsity Hockey Cheerleaders 




Time out of play means time to take the floor for the 
basketball cheering squad. 




Senior Hockey Cheerleaders are Allison Black,Stephanie 
Parrotta, Lisa Widdop, Carrie Mahoney, Shannon Swift, 
Beth Kelly and Denise Freeman 



Cheerleading 




135, 



Boys' Tennis 

The Boys' Tennis Team had an excellent 
season in the spring of 1995 with a record 
of 1 5 wins and only 3 loses. The team was 
the Old Colony League Runner-Up for 
the season. For the spring season of 1996 
there are only two returning seniors. Matt 
Snyder and Brian Alberti. Hopefully the 
team will have some sophomore and 
freshman rookies who will bring new 
talent to the team. Good Luck for the 
1996 season! 



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Matt Snyder keeps his eye on the ball as 
he waits for the serve. 




I swear there was a ball there! Andy Spath tries to keep the 
ball in his view in a match for Silver Lake. 





136, 



I he learn: Carlos Santiago, Peter Brown, Jerome Souza, Jesse Edmund 
Andy Levendoski, Matt Snyder, Brian Alberti, Andy Spath, Todd 
Proctor, and Greg McSharry. 



Boys' Tennis 




Back: Coach Rafferty, Kalen Mahoney, Lisa Cash, Stacy Cuddy, Sharon 
Liszankie, Jean McKay, Shannon Laffy, Julie Wilkinson, Becky Brown. 
Middle: Allison Healey, Caitlin Murphy, Katie Vroom, Ann Healey, Katie 
Mullaney, Angela Lopresti, Karen Hassey, Jenn Lonergan. 
Front: Julia Maximova, Jane Brennan, Kristen McAuliffe, Kerrin Donahoe. 



Girls' Tennis 

Makes the Playoffs 
Again 

The Girls' Varsity Tennis Team 
had another successful season, 
earning their tenth consecutive 
state tournament berth. In the 
league they finished in third place 
with a record of 1 0-6, with an over- 
all record of 11-7. The team re- 
ceived the OCL Sportsman Award 
for the season. Congratulations 
to the Girls' Tennis Team! 




Sharon Liszanckie was the 
only senior on the Girls' Tennis 
Team this year. 





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Using all her strength, Co- 
Captain Kristen McAuliffe 
wacks the ball as she returns 
the serve. 



Patiently waiting for the serve, 
Becky Brown doesn't take her 
eyes off the opponent. 



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Concentration makes Lisa Cash, Co-Captain, 
one of the top players on the team. 



Girls' Tennis 




,137, 



Wrestling 

The wrestling team enjoyed a very good season. 
We look forward to a successful championship 
campaign next year since we will be losing only 
three seniors, Steve Vu, Tim Marchand and Eric 
Kraft. 

Returning standouts: Steve Hackett-3rd State, 
Rob Cahill-Sec. Champ, Preston Lemanski-Sec. 
Champ. Derek Barnes, Mark Marchand-3rd Sec, 
John Whiting-Sec. Champ, Jim Kinkade, as well 
as many other quality young wrestlers. 





Scoreboard 




Durfee 


35-40 


Brockton 


42-28 


Sommerset 


48-27 


N. Quincy 


66-18 


Randolph 


63-15 


Weymouth 


32-40 


Marshfield 


43-33 


B.C. 


42-19 


Xavarian 


45-21 


Rockland 


55-21 


Carver 


41-34 


Hanover 


42-21 


Stoughton 


51-30 


B-R 


24-39 


Middleboro 


67-10 


Quincy 


39-32 


Dedham 


43-27 


Nauset 


48-9 


S.E. 


50-24 


Ply. S. 


30-40 


Ply. N. 


60-18 


Braintree 


56-21 




The Team 



Front: S. MacLean, 
R. Cahill, P. Lemanski, 
T. Marchand, S.Hackett, 
S. Vu, D. Barnes. 
Second: J. Kinkade, 
R. Breautt, F. Lemanski, 
B. Teich, M. Marchand, 
A. Gill, J. McCallum, 
Coach Black. 
Third: C. Le, J. Harding, 
M. Praetch, R. Rassh, 
J. Whitlow. 
Fourth: J. Trotta, 
J. Wood, T. Dube, 
P. MacDonald, 
E. Baker, N. Burke, 
T. Toppan. Absent: 
J. Cardinal, E. Kraft, 
J. Kraft, M. Jeffery, 
N.Cabral, R.Delvecchio, 
G. Masse, J. Sterrett. 




Mark Marchand cradles his opponent, hoping to better 
position himself for a pin. 




Coach Black gives Rob Cahill some last minute 
advice before he goes back in the circle. 




138. 



Wrestling 




The Silver Lake wrestling team waits anxiously for the 
referee's decision against Weymouth. 




Steve Hackett prepares to take down the opposi- 
tion. 




Silver Lake huddles in order to psyche themselves up for 
their next match. 



"I'll never give up! Never! Never!" Tim 
Marchand has the true Laker attitude. 




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im Kinkade puts a lock on his opponent and takes him to the mat. 




Rob Cahill is not 
going to let a little 
thing like a wrestling 
match get him all 
worked into a sweat. 



Wrestling 



SL Hockey 
Not Just Seniors 





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Matt Perry takes a leisurely skate around 
the rink as he warms up before the game. 



The Varsity Hockey Team with Coach Bill Donovan and Assistant 
Coach Jim Connors made it to the playoffs again this year. 



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In his second game of the season freshman 
Joe Walsh does a back flip onto the ice. Even 
the crowd saw stars flying. 

Captain Chris Weldon tries to cut off a Quincy 
player who advances toward the puck. 



140. 



Hockey 



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Dan Buckingham brings the puck off the boards while Tim 
Troupe and Mike Ryan protect the net. Adam Fest anticipates 
the pass. 



Junior Tim Troupe takes the job of guarding the 
net seriously. 





Senior Bill Hinchey aggressively rescues the puck from 
the opponent's reach. 



Silver Lake's Mutual Admiration 
Society 



While Adam Fest waits for the pass, Joe Mason faces 
off with a player from Quincy. 




Hockey 



Bill Hinchey and Mike Standish are right 
there to assist Dan Buckingham as he steals 
the puck from a Quincy player. 







Suzanne Desellier knows g^^^^ Brennan will fight anyone for 
the importance of ^^le ball, 

selecting the corrrect bat. 



Jessica Scott smiles because she 
knows it's a winning jump. 




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Sports 







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National Honor Society 




1995-96 Officers: Kerin Clow (President), Rachel Bouley (Vice-President), 
Michelle Hardiman (Treasurer), Rachel Gore (Secretary), and Sharon 
Liszankie (Publicist). Mr. Bloomquist (Advisor). 



The National Honor Society 
has become increasingly ac- 
tive in the school and com- 
munity. Members must have 
at least a 3.2 GPA and musi 
have met leadership, service 
and character quahfications 
This year, all members an 
responsible for donating I 
hours of community servic( 
every month. Among thei: 
many projects are a coat driv( 
and a gift wrapping booth a 
the Independence Mall. Mi 
Bloomquist is their advisor 



Morning Announcements 



These are the familiar faces 
that greet you every day dur- 
ing B-Block. They begin with 
a song and quote of the day. 
They inform us about up- 
coming events and fill us in 
on the news around the Lake. 
With the help of their advi- 
sors Mr. Tavares and Mr. 
Brown, the show is produced 
by students. 




Dustin Antle, Chuck Slavin, Shannon Orcutt, Tamar Andreson, Michelle 
Hardiman, Aroline Seibert, Lindsay Russo, Jackie Voye, Marty Allen, 
Sharon Liszankie. 




144. 



Clubs 



Senior Video Staff 




The Senior Video Staff provides 
the graduating class with a 
video documentary of their 
years at Silver Lake High School. 
The advisor is Mr. Tavares. 




5ottom Row: Kim Mulrain, Christine Zeliski,, Emily Shivone, Liz Petitpas, 
rina Peterson. Middle Row: Ryan Scanlon, Marty Allen, Chrissy Montello, 
5randi Abraham, Shannon Orcutt, Laura Christie, Ken Bates. Top Row: 
\ficole McLore. 



Key Club 



A.mong the most popular 
and influential clubs at Sil- 
ver Lake is the Key Club, a 
service organization. A 
branch of the Kiwanis fam- 
ily, it strives toward provid- 
ing service to the school and 
:ommunity. Some of its ser- 
vice projects include the 
Holly Tea, collecting pre- 
sents for the needy, and a 
penny drive. Through the 
help of the advisor Mrs. 
Curtis, the Key Club raises 
money for the Pediatric 
Trauma Unit. 




1995-96 Officers: Sharon Liszankie (President), Jenny Byrne (Vice-President), 
Gail Minichiello (Secretary), Matt Hillery (Treasurer), Sandra Murray (Edi- 
tor). Mrs. Curtis (Advisor). 



Clubs 




145. 



Laker Legend 







Bottom Row: Christine Stefani, Brendan Liszankie, Joe Smith, Jake 
Murphy, John Dennis, Jane Montosi, Sandra Murray, Sharon 
Liszankie, Heather Wells, Abby Warren. Middle Row: Matt Jerome, 
Stacy Cuddy, Arthur Miner, Kelly Princiotta, Dianne Smith, Sean 
McEvoy. Top Row: Ken Bates, Chad Connell, Tom McGuinness, 
Matt Snyder, Nick Condon, Will Bristol, Rob Neilson, Siobhan 
Collins, Jessica Eklund, Jenny Byrne, Mr. Turley (Advisor). 



The Laker Legend provides all the 
news that is fit to print. It covers 
extracurricular activities, sports, 
school-wide issues, and commu- 
nity issues. With the help of Mr 
Turley (the advisor), Sandra 
Murray (News Editor), Sharor 
Liszankie (Business Editor) and 
Matt Johnson (Production Editor) 
the staff learns the fundamentals oi 
newspaper production. 



Silver Spectrum 



The Silver Spectrum is a stu- 
dent produced literary maga- 
zine. Mr. Piwarunas helps the 
members collect, create, and 
edit stories written by stu- 
dents throughout the school. 




Tiffany McCarthy, Torrey Wallis, Jennifer Masscotte, Marty Allen. 




146. 



Clubs 



speech and Debate 




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Despite being small in size, the 
Speech and Debate Team has 
proven itself a powerhouse. The 
members practice and compete 
in state-wide competitions 
which emphasize the tech- 
niques of debate and public 
speaking. Mr. Crocker is their 
advisor. 



Bottom Row: Genny Byrne, Kerryn Donahoe, Michelle Pelletier, Jen 
Gornnan. Middle Row: Beth Martin, Jane Montosi. Top Row: Kit Ramsdell, 
Adam Mulliken, Lindsay Russo, Daniel Orcutt, Brendan Liszanckie. 



Drama Club 



The Drama Club meets after school 
in the satellite cafeteria where they 
work on speech, stage presence, 
and theater production. They have 
spent many hard hours of work 
practicing for their performances. 
Their advisor is Mr. Lane. 




Seniors: Tamar Andreson, Bill Best, Kim Mulrain. 



Clubs 




147 



Math Team 




The Math Team competes with other 
schools in subjects such as algebra, 
geometry, trigonometry, and calcu- 
lus. Through tests and state-wide 
meets, the Math Team has proven 
itself a capable opponent. Captains 
are Michelle Hardiman, Sharon 
Liszanckie, and Nick Michalowski, 
Mr. Bloomquist is their advisor. 



Bottom Row: Sarah Provonchi, Joel Vaugn, Jane Montosi, Steve Vu, 

Mr. Bloomquist (Advisor). 

Middle Row: Jessica Woodbury, Sue Desellier, Sharon Liszanckie, 

Joe Llanes, Samantha Ingalls. 

Top Row: Alex Gill, Adam Mulikan, Marek Cwik, Nick Michalowski. 



GAP 



Through the Golden Age Pro- 
gram, students donate one 
of their study halls to visit 
Evanswood Center for Senior 
Citizens. Here, they help run 
programs as well as assist 
residents. This includes help- 
ing prepare lunch, playing 
games, or just lending an ear 
to the seniors. 




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Bottom Row: Meredith Owen, Hannah Whipple, Allison Black, Jaime 
Jankowski, Melissa Green. Top Row: Corinne Kiser, Tanya Dingey, Jennifer 
Masscotte, Kelly Robbins, Laura Wood, Carolyn Mahoney. 



SADD 




Seniors: Sarah Miller, Sarah Roberts, Andrea Leonard, Kim Kelly, 
Andrea Carnabucci, Jill Dioto, Georgia Cooke. 



Students Against Drunk Driving 
(SADD) is an organization whose 
goal is to provide education to 
promote awareness of the dan- 
gerous impHcations of drinking 
and driving. Through the hard 
work of the club and their advi- 
sor, Mrs. Rohr, SADD will pro- 
vide awareness programs by 
sponsoring the Grim Reaper Day, 
Teacher Appreciation activities, 
Pre-Prom assemblies, and edu- 
cation displays. 



Peer Counselors 



rhis program is designed to 
natch peer students to stu- 
dents who might need per- 
gonal and /or academic sup- 
port. Students meet one-on- 
3ne or in groups for discus- 
sion. Aided by Mrs. Gilchrist, 
:he Peer Counselors also pro- 
Ade tutoring and conflict reso- 
ution programs for students. 



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Bottom Row: Bob Callahan, Jessica Scott, Aroline Seibert, Courtney 
Kerrigan, Jen Sarno. Middle Row: Jaime Angley, Christina Yanizzi, Emily 
Bristol, Elyce Aherne, Heather Parker, Mariana Garron, Sarah DeLoach. 
Top Row: Naomi DeLoach, Matt Teuten, Matt Cohen, Joe Llanes, Meredith 
Fumarola, Steve Leclair, Robert Badore. 



Clubs 




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Student Council 




The Student Council is a group 
of student-elected members 
who represent the different or- 
ganizations and classes in the 
school. They host dances, orga- 
nize fund-raisers, decide on the 
activities for Spirit Week, and 
serve as a forum for student 
opinions and concerns. Mrs. 
Stanghellini is the advisor for 
the Student Council. 



Senior Representatives: Kate Leontie (President), Kelly Harkins (Secretary), 
Danielle Labrecque (Historian), Rachel Gore, Kerin Clow, Matt Johnson, 
Michelle Hardiman, Beth Sheldon, Sarah Roberts, Rachel Bouley, Lydia 
Kantor, Mike Doyle, Sue Shaw, Allison Sanda, Matt Jerome, Julie DuPont, 
Ryan Steele, Jen Sarno, Sharon Liszanckie, Jodi Billings, Bob Badore. 



Chemistry Club 



The Members of the Chemis- 
try Club are current or former 
chemistry students who have 
a keen interest in the subject. 
They extend their studies with 
extra laboratory experiments 
and research. Their advisor is 
Mrs. Mannix. 




Amanda Snow, Steve Vu, Jie Lee, Samantha Cook, Ricky Ikasalo, Rachel 
Gore, Amelia Poole, Sandra Murray, Michelle Hardiman, Sharon 
Liszanckie, Kerin Clow, Matt Hillery, Mrs. Mannix (Advisor). 




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Clubs 



Ski Club 




Seniors: Jessie Medeiros, Brandi Abraham, Gayle Durant, Nicole McLore, 
enna Nelson, Shaun McFadden, Kim Mulrain, Christine Zeliski, Arthur 
Vliner, Shawn Dinsmore, Andrea Leonard, Dan Keefe, Bill Best, Matt Arieta, 
jerard Glover. 



The members of the 
Ski Club hit the slopes 
of the local mountain 
trails. Throughout the 
winter they travel to 
the slopes at Sunday 
River, Wild Cat, Can- 
non, and Okemo. 
Their advisor is Mr. 
Govoni. 



Latin Club 



rhe members of the Latin Club 
supplement their studies by 
zelebrating the traditions of 
Roman Society. With the aid of 
VIrs. Woodhouse, they cel- 
ebrate many festivals. These 
ncluding Saturnalia in De- 
zember and the Roman Ban- 
quet in the spring. 




Seniors: Sarah Roberts, Ben Newton, Matt Jerome, Gerard Glover, Nick 
Condon, Matt Arieta. 



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Madrigals 




The Madrigals are a select group 
of singers who perform £ 
cappella music. Throughout the 
year they entertain at schoo 
concerts and communit) 
events. Some of their events in 
elude the MADD candleligh 
vigil and the Holly Tea. Con 
ducted by Mr. Shattuck, the) 
have successfully competed a 
both the state and national level 



Bottom Row: Tamar Andreson, Nina Hayes, Jill Garland, Karen Mather. 
Top Row: Matt Fulton, Jeff Lay, Erik Barnes, Chuck Slavin. 



Marching Band 



The Marching Band is most 
widely known for their ap- 
pearance at football games. 
However, they also perform 
in various school and com- 
munity events. Through the 
efforts of Mr. Beaulieu and 
Mrs. Massa, the band learns 
music, discipline, and coor- 
dination of all the members. 




Seniors: Sue Desellier, Jackie Voye, Nick Michalowski, Rayne Cole, Beth 
Sheldon, Jeff Dawes, Jeff Jacobson, Jason Wallack. 




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Adventure Club 




The members of the Ad- 
venture Club seek amuse- 
ment in the outdoors. They 
are always looking for an- 
other adrenaline pumping 
adventure. Some of their 
outings include hikes and 
rafting trips throughout the 
year. 



Bottom Row: Jessie Graham, Michelle Bearse, Dawn Looby, Erin Mulcahey, 
fenna Nelson, Lara Slot, Rachel Souza, Brianna Forrest. Middle Row: Naomi 
DeLoach, Karen Mather, Joe Smith. Top Row: Tim Rafferty, Melissa Green, 
Stephanie Boyde, Emily Shivone, Tamar Andreson. 



DECA 



DEC A is a national organization that 
provides marketing students with 
the skills they need to be a success in 
the field of marketing and manage- 
ment. They practice running a busi- 
ness by providing the school with 
items ranging from pens and pencils 
to T-shirts and hats. With the help of 
Mr. Greland, DECA students have 
successfully competed in competi- 
tions. 




Kevin Moberg, Beth Sheldon, Jared Grupillion, Dan Austin, Jen 
Warwick, Diane Brown, Missi Lavigne, Caitlin Sweeney, Jen Dow, 
Rob Rosano, Kathleen Skelly, Bob Badore,Liz Dechane, Kelly 
Veazie. 



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Library Aids 




Pictured are Alex Gill, 
Ben Newton, Nicole 
Vickery, and Jeff 
Doyle. Other aids 
are: Staci Gardner. 
Brenna Audette, Leah 
Rodrique, Jaime 
Collins, Keith Strahan, 
Karen Mather, Lauri 
McNamara, Samantha 
Ingalls, Chuck Slavin, 
and Jen Peebles. 



Guidance Aids 



Bottom Row: Denise Rash, Grace f^ 
Frattalone, Jenna Nelson, Jen 
Samo, Tanika Dickson. Top Row: 
Tracey Minichello, Ellen Hickey, 
Kim Mulrain, Tamar Andreson, 
Kim LaBonti, Kaithyn Rhue. 



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The switchboard 
operators answer 
calls to the school, 
make outside calls, 
take messages, run 
errands, and deliver 
nurse's passes. They 
are Becky Albitz, 
Darcy Ledwell, 
Karen Ballentine, 
Katie Miller, and 
Heather Wells. 



Office Aids 



Bottom Row: Meghan Canty, Carol 
idic, Joy Naugh, Kim Seckinger, 
\mber O'Neil. Middle Row: Norah 
rloweottom, Kelly Mcmahan, Cheryl 
R.one, Lauren Tice, Laura Kane, 
I^hristine Balchunas. Top Row: Col- 
een Estabrook, Shannon Corbett, 
\licia Adams, Stephanie Jones. 




Future Farmers of America 




This group is an ex- 
tension of the horticul- 
ture program. They 
help with the land- 
scaping around 
school, as well as the 
Plant of the Month 
Club, Christmas 
wreaths sale, and the 
annual plant sale in 
the spring. Their ad- 
visors are Ms. 
Maliszewski and Mr. 
Hardy. 



Corey Pento, Joe King, Guy Lewis, Matt Linde, Matt Patts, Steve LeClair and 
Advisors Ms. Maliszewski and Mr. Hardy. 



Recycling Committee 



Mr. Cerne and the members of the 
Recycling Committee volunteer their 
time to evoke an awareness of envi- 
ronmental issues in their peers. 
Through their hard work, they have 
maintained a school- wide recycling 
program. 





Shaun McFadden, Kerin Clow, Amy Mangelinkx, Jeff Jacobson. 




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Dear Matt, 

From Daniel Boone and The Swamp Fox, 
To Sam Becket and MacGyver, 
From the Beach Boys to The Rembrandts, 
From the Legos and Constructs to your 

elaborate and well developed movies. 
We've watched you evolve from a curious 

little boy who just wanted to know how 

to program the robot to move. 
To a kind, generous, and caring young man 

full of many talents. 
We are all very proud of you and 

we wish you a lifetime of happiness. 
Remember, we will always love you just 

because you are you. 
Love, 
Mom & Dad & Beth 




Matt, 

You've always been 

there for me. 

I hope you know 

that ril always be 

there for you. 

Good luck in college 

and in every aspect 

of your life. 

I'll miss you very 

much. 

Love Always, 

Beth 



Matthew Johnson 




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Kerry, "Stand by the Maple Tree, Honey" - those 
familiar words ring through my head. I can still 
see you climbing aboard the bus, eagerly awaiting 
the adventures that lay ahead. I know you're 
looking forward to new adventures now with the 
same fearlessness. Dad and 1 are very proud of 
you, Kerr. You have become the wonderful 
young woman we knew you'd be when we first 
held you in our arms. Good Luck in all you do 
and remember we're always here if you need us. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Kerry L. Arnold 




Rachel, 

Your hard work will pay 

off! 

We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Travis 



Rachel Gore 




Jen, 

Congratulations ! 

Here's to the future. 

May all your dreams come true. 

We love you. 

Mom & Dad 

Jennifer Hall 



Eric, 

What a beautiful noise, the day 
you were born and we heard you 
cry. That was the day we became 
friends, November 4, 1977. 

We want to thank you for all 
you've done , for all you will do, 
but most of all for just being you. 

We will always be here for you. 
We will pick you up if you fall, 
just like you did for us this past 
year. 

Thank you, my son, my friend. 
We're proud of you and we love 
you! 

Dad, Mom, Adam, Dean, Jenn 



Eric J. Beltramini 



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Dear Neal, 

You've definitely made the 
past 17 years very interesting 
with your prominent humor 
and charm. Now, as yovi 
graduate and move on to 
higher learning, we hope it 
leads you to the limitless 
possibilities of your mind. 

Know that you are an ever 
changing river making your 
way through the hills and 
valleys of life. Whether 
you're the Colorado or North 
River, you are always as 
powerful as you believe 
yourself to be. 

We are very proud of you. 
Love always. 

Mom, Dad, Roberta & 
(Sammy) 




Neal Rottach 



Shayne, 

You have filled our lives with love, laughter, and your 
enthusiasm for life. There has never been a dull moment 
with all your surprises! We wish you a future filled with 

success and 
happiness. 
Our love and 
support will al- 
ways be with 

you! 

Mom, Dad, 

Nikki, and Tab 






Shayne Silva 



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Elizabeth 



May you 

achieve all 

your 

goals. 




Go after 

your 
dreams. 




Love, 



Mom 



and 



Dad 



Thanks for the Memories Blackie, Daisy and Dancer 



Elizabeth Welch 



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Shannon - 

Somethings never 

change. We're so 

proud of you and 

your accompUsh- 

ments. We see good 

and happy times for 

your future. 

Always be Mom's 

Best Friend and Daddy's Little Princess. 

Love You 
Mom & Dad 



Banana - 

Congratulations ! 
I knew you could 

doit. 

Welcome to the real 

world. 

Love Ya Kid, 

Adam 




Shannon Swift 




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Congratulations, Katie! 

We know how hard you've worked 
and we're real proud of you. You've 
been the best daughter any parent 
could ever wish for. Thank you for 
being ours. 

All our love. 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations, Katie. 

We love you. 

David, Linda, Laurie & Jaclyn 

Todd, Mary, Nicholas & Joey 



Kathryn Leontie 




Kelly, 

We are so thankful to have been blessed 
with such a wonderful daughter. Your 
kind and thoughtful ways will take you 
far in life. We love you and hope all 
your dreams come true. 
Love, 
Dad, Mum & Kim 

Kelly Shepherd 



Kim, 

You've worked 
hard to get to 
this point and 
we're very 
proud of you! 
Whatever path 
in life you 
choose, we will 
always be be- 
hind you. 

The world is at your fingertips. 
Enjoy it! 

Love Always, 

Mom & Dad, 

Brian & Lissa 

Kimberly Kelly 




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Congratulations 
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66 Center Street 
Pembroke, MA 02369 

(617) 293-3936 


Congratulations Class of '96 

BANK OF BOSTON 


Put our strength to work for you 

Pembroke Branch (617)826-7303 
156 Chruch Street 
Pembroke, MA 02359 


Gene 

Nice Going! 

We're Proud of You. 

Love, 

Susan and Bill Gene Beliveau 


David C. DiBenedetto, D.M.D. 

Family Dentistry 

243 Church Street 

Pembroke, MA 02359 

(617) 826-5150 

Smile! 

Good Luck 
Class of 1996 


Josh 

Congratulations ! 

We wish you happiness and success always. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Kim & Mike Josh Bombardier 


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KERIN 

Congratulations! 

We are very proud of you and wish 

you happiness in all your future plans. 

Love from us. 

Dad & Mum, Keith, Greg, Eileen, Val, 

Ken, Jordan, Kyle, Donna, Chris, 

Larkin, and all those to come. 



Kerin Clow 



Hannah 

Congratulations ! 

You are beautfiul inside 

and out. 

Be happy. 

We love you. 

Mum and Jake 



Hannah Whipple 



Pamela - 

It's hard to believe that you are graduating. 
We are proud of you and your accomplish- 
ments. We hope your dreams come true in the 
future. We love you for just being you. 
Congratulations! You did it. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Pam- 

My little sister going off into the real world. 

Well, it's not easy, but I know you can do it. I 

know you'll be a 
great aunt and 
godmother. Good 
Luck in the "real 
world!" 

Congratulations 
Love - Tina 
P.S. Don't forget 
you're watching the 
baby on my 21st 
birthday!!! 

Pam Jameson 




Brian, 

Well, you 
made it!! 
It's been a long 

haul w^ith 
many ups and 
downs. We are 
very proud!! 
Congratula- 
tions. 
Love- 
Gram, Billy 
and MOM 



Bri, 

We are going to miss you at school!! 

Good Luck 

Love 

Brian Palmucci Mlklc & BeCCa 




Auntie Sheila, 

Good Luck in college and 

I'll miss you a lot!! 

Love C. J. 



Sheila Buckingham 



Jaime J, 

Let your beauty, intelligence and strength 
guide you to realize your dreams. Be kind, 
think carefully and the world is yours. We 
love you madly. Mom & Johnny 

Jaime Jankowski 



Rob, 

Congratulations! You're the kind 
of person that will do great things 
with your life. The best is yet to 
come! We're behind you all the 
way! Love, 

Mom, Michael, Tiffany & Matt 

Bob McCarthy 




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Mom, 



Sheila, 

Congratulations ! 
We're very proud of you. 
Good luck in college and every- 
thing you do. May all your hopes 
and dreams come true. 

Remember we will 
always love you, Queenie. 
Lots of Love & Luck 
Dad, Shelley, Sheri, Danny, Sheba & C.J. 



Sheila Buckingham 



Dear Kim, 

You are the apple of our eyes. 
All the memories. The fun 
times. You've worked hard. 

Enjoy life and be happy. 
We are very proud of you. 
We love you very much. 
Mom & Dad 

Good Luck ,Kim! 
I can't wait until I am there. 
Thanks for all the help. 
Love - Jason 

Good Luck Kim. Have Fun. 
Love - Jessica 







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Jen, 

We are all so very proud of you. 

You have grown from a beautiful little girl, 

to a beautiful young woman. 

You have accomplished so much in your 

first 18 years. 

Throughout all the pain, anger, tears, 

laughter and good times we have shared 

in the past and in the future 

remember we will always be there for you. 

Follow your dreams! 

Here's to the Future of all your dreams. 

May every one come true. 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, Sherry, Candy, Boss, 

Sabrina & Misty 




Jennifer Cunningham 




Dear Matt, 

With you our family became 
complete. You have enriched our 
lives immeasurably with your 
laughter and your love, and we are 
all so grateful that you are ours. 

We are so very proud of the 
person you are. Be certain that we 
will always be here to support you 
and to share your very promising 
future. 

With all our love. 
Mom, Dad, Steph, and Josh 



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Missi, 

You've always known what you wanted, and the 
best is yet to come. We always want you to have 
whatever you desire. We are all very proud of you 
and love you very much. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Toby, Merri 



Missi Harris 



Dearest Gayle, 

It's hard to believe 
you're not a little girl 
anymore. The time 
has passed so quickly 
and we're so proud of 
you and all your ac- 
complishments. We 
wish you the best with 
whatever your future 
holds. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad 

& Heather 




Gayle Durant 




Hope, 

You are the joy of our lives. 
Even when skies are grey, 
you bring the sunshine 
with you. 

But seriously now, you Ve 
proven that even the clini- 
cally insane can graduate 
from high school! 

Congratulations . 

We love you! 
Mom, Dad, Melissa, 
C.J., Ryan & Bridget 



Hope Jesse 



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Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1996! 

Hilltop Athletic 
Association 



Eileen, 

You are our diamond in the 

rough. 

You will shine. 

You are loved, 

Mom & Dad 



Eileen DelTufo 




P.O. Box 12 
Pottle Street 
Kingston, MA 02364 



Congratulations, Tim! 

We wish you every happiness. 
You're the best. 

Love, 
Mom & Robin 

Timothy C. Wills 



Shannon, 

Our Bright 
Star! 

Never lose 
your zest for 

living... 

Always keep 

smiling.... 



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We are so proud of the person you 
have become. 

Hats off to you! 

Our love always. 
Mom, Dad & Shelley 

Shannon M. Orcutt 



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JEFF, 

We are all so proud of 
you and wish you all 
the best. 

We know you will excel 
at all you attempt to do. 
Love, 
Dad & Donna 
Brian, Jen, Amy & Jill 




Naomi, 

We are very proud of you. 

Be happy! 

We love you. 

Dad & Mom 

Naomi DeLoach 




Dear Courtney, 

November 14, 1977 was a 
very special day in our lives. 
Even coming into the world 
you were feet first ready to 
stand on your own. You've 
grown up to be a beautiful and 
intelligent young lady and we 
are all so proud of you. 

Always remember it's not 
what you have in life, but who 
you are that really counts. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 
Kristin, Kaitlyn & Drew 

Courtney Alexis Kerrigan 



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Dear Danielle, 

Ever since the day God gave you to us, we 
have known unmeasurable love and joy! 

As you begin your journey into the future, 
we pray that your love for others, your 
resilience, and your vision of yourself will 

guide and 
protect you 
always. 

Continue 
to give inspi- 
ration to oth- 
ers with just a 
word or your 
smile. 
Love & 
Pride 
Always, 
Mom and 
Dad 

Danielle McAuley 




Dear Ryan, 

We are so proud of you and love you 
very much. Our lives have been richer by 
far because of you. 
You not only excel at what you do but 

most 

importantly 

you excel as a 

person. 

We wish you 

the best in 

your future. 

Hope all your 

dreams come 

true. 

Love, 

Mom & Kevin 

Ryan Maynard 





Julie, 

You are a wonder- 
ful daughter and I 
am very proud of 
you. I wish you 
success in all your 
endeavors. 
Love, 
Mom 

Julie Lawson 



Sarah, 

Congratulations ! 

If you can dream it, 

you can do it. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Sarah Roberts 




Dear Nick, 

You MADE it! May all your future dreams come 

true. 

All our love. 
Dad, Mom and Joaririe Nicholas Savitski 




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Matt, 

We love you and we're so very proud 
of the young adult you've become. 
Our wish is that you find success and 
happiness in whatever you choose to do. 
Congratulations, 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Chad 

Matt Guevremont 




Matt, 

We're all 
very proud 
of you and 
we wish 
you lots of 
happiness 
and success. 

Love, 

Mom, 
Justin, Nate, 

Raun, 

Michelle, 

Terri, Tanya 

&Jon 

Matt Jerome 



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Mike, 

Before you 
were born we 

used to 

dream about 

what it would 

be like to 
have a son 

like you. 

Well you 
know what? 
You turned 

out even 

better than 

we dreamed 

you'd be! 




CONGRATULATIONS! 

We're very proud of you. 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad & Chris 



Kevin, 

Be not afraid of growing slowly; 
be afraid only of standing still. 
Congratulations. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and David 



Mike Vickery 



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Andi, 

You've come a long way baby! 
It seems like just yesterday you were 
crawling around and now you're running 
off to college. 

Congratulations! 
Love - Mom & Dad 

Andrea Leonard 




Dear Billy, 

Disney, Hockey, Curious George, Hawaii, 
"Bee," My Little, The Pool, Clean Your Room, 
Canada, Do A Pencil. 

~Meinories~ 

We Love You! 

Mama, Dad, Ryan & Zeke 

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You are a special daughter 
to us and one terrific person. 

Watching you grow from a 
baby to a wonderful young lady 
has brought us great happiness. 

We hope you experience the 
greatest joys in life and that you 
fulfill all your dreams. 

We are very proud of you. 

Love always. 

Mom & Dad 



Laura Christie 




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Kevin, 

Congratulations! 

You did it. 

We are very 

proud of you! 

We wish you all 
the best! 



Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Kristen & Nana 




Kevin J. Kennedy 




Matthew, 

As you step forth, don't loose 
sight of your direction. Let 
no obstacle stand in your 
way Hold your head high 
and walk with pride. Never 
be afraid to look back; we 
will be there. Hold dear the 
friendships you've made 
along the way for they too 
will be there. We are proud of 
you and love you very much. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad & Jenn 

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Dear Kimberly, 
Reach for the Stars! 

We wish you much success 
and happiness forever. 
Love always. 
Mom, Dad & Billy 



Kimberly Mulrain 




Matthew, 

We wish you much love, success and 
happiness. 

May all your hopes and dreams come 
true. We're so proud of you and your 
accomplishments. Follow your heart.... 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, D.J., Karen and "Lucy" 

Matt Ballantine 




Rebecca, 

Your school years have gone by quickly. 
All of your achievements and successes 
through those years have made us so very 
proud of you. Always remember how 
special you are to us and how much we 
love you. 

Congratulations! 

Love - Mom, Dad, Jason & Sarah 

Rebecca Lewis 




Elizabeth, 

Congratulation! 

We are so proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kristin, Katie & Tommy 

Elizabeth Thurbide 



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Julie, 

All the years 
have passed 

much too 
quickly. You 
are no longer 

our little 

"Peanut," but 

a wonderful 

young lady. 

Be happy and achieve all your 

goals. Aim High!! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Tommy & Jennifer 

Jennifer DuPont 




Schaun, 

Congratulations! The best is yet to 
come. We wish you success and happi- 
ness always. We're extremely proud 
of you. 

With all our love. 
Mom & Dad 



Schaun, 

Memories to 

last a lifetime. 

We never will 

forget. 

Congratulations! 

We love ya! 

Heather & 

Melissa 



Schaun Dion 




Brain, 

Congratulations ! 
You're a great guy with a 
sense of humor to match. 

Don't ever change. 

We're very proud of you 

and the choices you've made. 

As you head towards your 

future, remember, you can do 

anything as long as you put your 

mind to it. 

Follow your dreams. 

Be your own person. 

If you do this, you can 

accomplish anything. 

Keep Smiling! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Lauren! 




Brian Tice 



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Andrew, 

To our wonderful son who 
has brought such happiness 
into our lives with your great 
sense of humor and quiet, 
sensitive ways. We hope the 
future gives you as much love 
and happinesss as you've 
given us. We will always en- 
courage you to find the suc- 
cess that lies within you. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 

Andrew Frates 




Brandi, 




For the child you were, 

the woman you became. 

For the smiles and the laughter. 

You will continue to make 

your mark on this world 

with your caring, 
kindness and compassion. 
For it's often the gentle, 
quiet voice that's heard 
above the loud roar. 
We're proud to be your parents! 
Love, 



Brandi Lee Abraham 



Mom and Dad 



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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I 

I took the one less traveld by. 
And that has made all the difference. 



Robert Frost 



Congratulations, Matthew! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, and David 



Matthew R. Hillery 



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Tel: (508)378-2800 

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Charlie - 

Right 
from the 
start you 

let us 
know you 

didn't 

want to - 

but you 

did it! 




Be proud of yourself. 
We're all very proud of you. 

We love you "Jelly!" 
Love - 
Mum, Dad, Aimee, Renee, & 
Denise 



Charles MacPherson 




Samantha, 

You have worked very 
hard and have achieved 
much. We know you will 
continue to make the 
most of your opportuni- 
ties. There are exciting 
times ahead. 

We love and cherish 
our memories of your 
first eighteen years. 

Love and God Speed, 
Mom and Dad 



Samantha Cook 



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The "Bee," Narnie, Mariana. 

Afraid of men - NOT! How 

many guys can you line up 

from the mailbox to the end of 

the street? 

Flavor of the month, or 

sprinkle of the week? 

Fashion police - "You can't 

wear that!" 

Cream puffs, whoopie pies - 

"chocolate chip muffins?" 

Private line or one for each ear? 

Pasta has made her what she is 

today. 

We love you, Mariana!! 

Mom, Dad, Tina, Mick, Teeka 



Mariana Garron 



Gorgeous on your 1st 

prom night. 
Wise guy when you and 

Michael fight. 
Yawning during class at 

school. 
Nocturnal on weekends 

by the pool. 
Nice whenever you need 

a ride. 
Everything we wanted 
our joy, our pride. 
Your dreams are our 
wishes. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Mikey, 
& Shadow 




Gwynne A. Doyle 



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Allison, 

Congratulations ! 

We love you! 

Mama, Dad, Andrew, Sam 

and Bunny, too. 




Allison McDermott 




Dear Clarissa, 

How quickly 
the years 
have gone. 
We wish 
there were a 
couple more. 
You're beau- 
tiful and 
intelligent 
and we're 
very proud of 

you. We 
know you'll make the right choices and 
make the most of what life has to offer. 

All our love. 
Papa & Mommy 

Clarissa Lewis 






Dan, 

Where has the time gone? 
What a pleasure it has been 
to watch you grow and 
achieve all your special goals 
to become the great young 
man you are today. 

Never lose your wonderful 
personality and great sense 
of humor. 

We are so proud of you and 
know you will succeed in all 
you do. 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Amy & Jodi 




Dan Smith 



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Suzanne, 

We are so proud of you and all your 

accomplishments. 

You'll always be #1! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Brian & "your boy" Patrick 



Suzanne Shaw 



Lisa, 

You will always have our love and support. 
Keep smiling and always be happy! 
Love - Dad, Mom, Eric 




Lisa Widdop 




Michelle, 

Dad and I are so proud of 
you. 
Proud of your dedication, 
determination and drive. 
Proud of the beautiful per- 
son you have become. 
Proud to say you are our 
daughter. 

Congratulations, 
Sweetheart! 
We love you. 
Mom & Dad 



Michelle Cifuni 



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Celebrating in 1990 

It's time to celebrate again. 

Congratulations to you all! 

The Lees 



Marlena Federici, Kerry Peach, Julie Lawson, Tim Rafferty, 
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Tina 

Congratulations! 

My wish for you is that all your 

hopes and dreams for the future 

come true. 

Love, 

Mom 

Christina J. Peterson 




Congratulations! 

Jodi- 

With all our love we want you to know 

From our little angel into a lovely lady 

We've had the pleasure of watching you 

grow. 

And as always - today, yesterday, and 

tomorrow - 

We are all so very proud to know 

off to college you go. 

With every bit of our hearts 

We love you .... 
Love - Mom & Dad & Todd 
OX OX 



Jodi- 

A beautiful, bright, shiny star in your 
Nana's life - 

Love you, Jod - Nana 

Jodi BiUings 



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Charlie, 

The best advice I can give you as you head into the world 
is to laugh. YouTl get through anything with a little laughter. 
Here is a silly poem about one of our many funny 

experiences. 



We were coming home from work. 

Just you and me, 
Crusin' the roads in "Miss Daisy," 

our Capri. 
The roads were dry and the sky clear. 

But the radio off so w e could hear... 
What you ask, well how could you forget 

It made me so nervous, I broke a sweat. 
That horrible noise and all that smoke. 

It got so bad, we began to choke. 
The car now in flames as we came down 

our street, 
I began to panic and got cold feet. 
I turned to you for some helpful advice, 

but you had vanished, like thin ice. 
You'd jumped from the car, but I 

couldn't see 
For all of that smoke had overwhelmed 

me. 
So there I was, scared as can be. 
For you'd jumped from the car 
Without me. 

-This poem is real silly, 
but now you can see 
that to get through life 
it's laughter that's the KEY! 




I LOVE YOU! 

LOVE ALWAYS, 
Renee 



Charlie MacPherson 



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Melissa, 

Congratulations! Where has the time gone? 
1 remember your first day of kindergarten 
like it was yesterday. We wish you all the 
best in your college years. 1 will miss having 
you home every day. You're my best friend! 
We'll love you always! 
Mom, Dad, Tom & Brian 

Melissa Green 



Mariana - 

You are our 

last to cross 

the threshold 

of 
opportunity. 
We are very 
proud of you 

and know 
you will seize 
every 
opportunity to succeed. 
All Our Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Mariana J. Lopes 



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Amanda, 

Here's to the future. 

May all your dreams come 

true. Your smile is contagious. 

We're so proud of you. 

Congratulations 

to you and the crew. 

Thanks for the memories. 

We'll always be there for you. 

You go girl! 

We love you. 

Dad, Mom & Sean 

You are my best friend. 
Love - Mom 

Amanda Wagner 



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To (Jimmy Bob) Gene, 
Well, Jim, this is it. This is where 
the beautiful boy turns into a man. 
We, as your aunts, would like to 
say thanx for the laughs and many 
enjoyable weekends at our homes. 
We would also like to tell you just 
how overwhelmed we are with 
pride - from getting your diploma 
to owning Shamrock. 
So give it heck big guy! Fulfill your 
dreams and have Love, Peace and 
Happiness. 

P.S. Thanx for sharing Libby with 
us; the time 
was too short 
but memories 
live forever. 
Love you no 
end. Your 
loving aunts, 
Marie, Phoebe 
& Betsy 
xoxoxo 



To Our Darlin' Gene, 

You have made us so proud. I look at you with admiration for 
many reasons - this great accomplishment and being the 
person you are. I could go on and on. You've become the fine 
young man we always wanted, yet somehow on the same 
token, you remind me of your late Uncle Nelson I lost. You're 
thoughtfulness, kindness, and sweetness with just enough 
spunk for us to bear. Your charisma and style make you the 
outstanding person you are. With all of that I'm sure it's only 
a bright future ahead. So what do you say, son? I say it's been 
more than our pleasure being the parents of a fine young 
man, like you. Congratulations! We love you endlessly! 
Dad, Mom, Priscilla • •• 





Jim - 

A brother is defined as a male born of 
the same parents, but for me, my 
brother, you mean so much more than 
just that. Hook up to you because you 
have never looked down on me. There 
is one in a million of your kind of 
brother. To me no one could ever fill 
your shoes. You're the only brother I 
have and you take the place of so 
many things. Be true to you. Never 
settle for less. Believe in the unbeliev- 
able.. 

My love 4 you is infinite. 
Love - Your Big Sis - Jenny 
(Libby, in our hearts 4-eva) 



To Grandson, 

Having you spend your childhood at 
my house was indeed a pleasure for 
me. Receiving your diploma makes 
me even more proud. You're cer- 
tainly an inspiration to the family. 
Love - Nannie. 




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Gone, But Never 

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In Memory 
Grandfather Richard Cooper 
(With you in spirit. Grandson) 
In Memory Uncle Nelson Cooper 



Gene Beliveau 



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Dear Jon, 

May all your memories of our family life 
give you a strong foundation to start your 
own success story. We are very proud of you. 
Love, Mom , Dad, Jeff, Amy & Jim 

Jonathan Bird 







Kevin - You came into this world during 
the worst storm of the century. Now it's 
your turn to take the world by storm. 
You can do it! We love you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Kelly and Christopher 

Kevin Blakeman 



Leanne, 

We are so proud of you! 
You are a very special young 
lady who has shown courage, 
determination, and maturity well 
beyond your years. Your spirit 
has been a source of strength for 
all of us. 
Reach for the stars. 
Follow your dreams, and 
Light up the world with 
your smile! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad & Erika 



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Leanne Edelman 



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Dear Kristy, 

In the blink of an 

eye you have 

grown from this 

happy Httle girl into 

a wonderful young 

woman. Watching 

you reach your 
goals has been a joy 
• ^ - ■' for us, and you 

have made us so 
very proud. 
We will stand behind you in all you may 
choose to do. Thank you for being you. 
Remember you've got to 

FINISH IT! 
HAPPY GRADUATION & 
HAPPINESS ALWAYS! 
All Our Love, 

Mom, Dad, & John 

Kristy Kepner 




'^ear 8mily, 

We know life will bring you the 
same you have given us and so many 
others.... 'fiiu} like the wind and caij>e 
diem! 

jCove, 
Mom, '^ad and Will 

Emily Bristol 




Beth, 

We are very proud of 
you and all your accom- 
plishments. You have 
worked very hard and 
deserve the success we 
know you will achieve 
in life. No one deserves 
it more than you. We 
love you very much. 
Mom, Dad, 
Brian & Rocky 



Beth O'Sullivan 



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Where has the time 
gone? You went from 
learning to ride a bi- 
cycle to driving a car. 
From dolls to make-up 
to proms. From fight- 
ing with your brother 
to having mutual re- 
spect and total admira- 
tion for one another. 
From "our little girl" to 
a fine young lady. 
Jaime, you are our 
friend first and our 

daughter and Craig's sister second. We were 
all blessed when you came into this world. You 
are everything we could have possibly hoped 
for and more. It's people like you that niake 
this world a better place to live in. Jaime, you 
have to believe to achieve. And we believe that 
you'll reach the stars. We Cherish You, 
Mom, Dad & Craig 

Jaime Carey 




Michael, 

Congratula- 
tions! 
You made it! 
Life will not 
always be 
easy, but you 

have the 
imagination 
and determi- 
nation to 
successfully 
meet the 
challenges 
ahead. We 
wish you the 
best life has 
to offer. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 
Doug, Jenn & 
Stef 




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Michael Palmac 



Dear Amy, 

We will never forget all the 
great memories you have 
given us. 
You are so special to us. 
We wish you success and 
happiness in the future. 
We Love You 
Mom & Dad 
P.S. Always remember 
Mr. Moon 




Amy Mangelinkx 



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Rachel, 
Good luck in reaching all 
your goals. 
With your strength and deter- 
mination, we know you will 

succeed! 

You are a wonderful daughter 

and we are very proud of you. 

May your future be bright and 

full of happiness! 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, Jessica, A.J., Jeff & 

Gram 





Congratulations, 
Rachel! 



As you continue on the 

sea of life, may you 

have smooth sailing, 

calm seas, and the wind 

at your back! 

All Our Love, 

Memere and Pepere 



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Rachel Bouley 



Steven, 

My, how the years have flown 

We look at you now - nearly grown. 

A fine young man how proud we are 

An accomplished student and ballplayer by far. 

Never forget how much we love you 

Hope you are blessed with success in all you do. 

As you go off to college remember this 

We wish you much luck and happiness. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

X- * * * !f Sf- * 

Steven, 

There is no one in the world who would do 
more for me than you. You're my best friend 
and I love you. Good luck in college. 
Love, 
Allison 




Steven Swinhart 







Kim, 

You have brightened our world in 
so many ways. We are very proud of 
you and all your accomplishments. 
With all your past challenges and 
obstacles, you know best that ''only 
the strong survive.'' Know that we 
are always here for you and wish 
you well deserved happiness and 
success in the future. 

All our love. 

Mom & Dad 

Kimberly Lorance 



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FRIENDS FOREVER 




"The Last of the Sulhvans" 
Sheila, 

You have blossomed into the finest daughter 
and "Httle sister" a family could ever want. 
Much happiness and success to you. We are 
so PROUD. Congratulations. 
All our Love, 

Mom, Dad, Dan, Matt, Kath & Scott 
Sheila Sullivan 



F 
O 
R 
E 
V 
E 
R 

F 
R 
I 
E 

N 
D 
S 




Jessica, 

Our bright and shining star. It has been a joy to 
watch you grow into a beautiful outgoing young 
lady. You have always made us PROUD and 
have always made us LAUGH. Congratula- 
tions, we wish you well in all you do. 
Lots of Love, 
Dad, Mom & Heather 

Jessica Scott 




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We 

love 

you! 

Mom, 

Dad, 

Rachel, 

Sarah 



If you have built castles in the air, 

your work need not be lost; 

that is where they should be. 

Now put the foundations under them. . . . 



H.D. Thoreau 



Jonathan Crowley 




Bill, 

We've watched you grow into 
a fine young man. We are very 
proud of you. Best of luck in 
everything you do. 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Bill McDonald 





Andrea, 

Congratulations ! 
Lots of Love, 
Mom 



Andrea Sacco 



Congratulations, Elizabeth! 

Always stay positive and never 

underestimate your abilities. 

We are very proud of you! 

All Our Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Elizabeth Petitpas 



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Friends Forever 

From birth, the 4 horsemen 

were bonded together. 
Our parents wishes to be 

friends is forever. 
Growing up together, 

never pulHng us apart. 
We became Uke brothers 

not in blood but in heart. 
Although we may not 
always be together. 
Our feelings will show 
we'll be friends forever. 





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Ryan, 

-^ You have not 
changed since 
you were a Httle 
boy. You are 
caring, helpful, 
curious, hand- 
some, loyal, 
hard-working, 
loving, athletic, 
but most of all a 
joy to both of us. 

Thanks for all of the great 
soccer games. 
Love - Mom & Dad .^^^^..^ 




Kelly, 

Congratulations! We're very proud of you. 
Love, Ma & Marv 

Kelly Harkins 




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Sarah, 

Sometimes we worry 
about you because we 
know that your world 
is not an easy place to 
grow up in. 
But we believe in 
you and in your ability 
to make decisions. 
We hope you know 
how very much we love 
you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Cathy & Emily 



Sarah M. Miller 



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Buster, 

I can't believe you are graduating 
from high school. It seems like yes- 
terday when we were on our BMX 
bikes arguing with the neighbors 
down the street. I want you to know 
how proud I am of you. You made 
all the right decisions in life and 
never played the game. Continue 
to stick to your guns and you will 
succeed. Thank you for being the 
best brother and friend. Through- 
out the years you always stuck up 
for me, and I really do appreciate it. 
I love you. Buddy. Good Luck. 
Love -Lauren #9 143 



Buster, 

After three lovely ladies, an- 
other joy and gift. You are my 
favorite son. King Arthur, Jr. 
Where has the time gone? I 
admire the person you've 
become. You didn't bend or 
play the game. What charac- 
ter! Arthur, it's your charac- 
ter along with your faith that 
will carry you through life 
successfully. I love you with 
all my being. Continue, my 
son, to live, laugh and most 
importantly love. Mom 



Arthur, 

My son, I gave you my name 
and you have made me very 
proud. I love you in a very 
special way and hope that the 
bond we now have will grow 
stronger. I hope that you will 
continue to have faith in your- 
self which will help you suc- 
ceed. You'll always be my fa- 
vorite son. 

Love - Dad 



Special Love to the Four Horsemen 
143 



Buster 

I'm very proud of you. I 
know you will fulfill 
your dreams. I love you 
very much. Continue to 
be a leader and to make 
the right decisions. Be 
true to yourself. I'm 
proud to call you my 
little brother. 
Renee 143 



Buster, 

Congratulations! I'm 
very proud of you. 
Continue to be your 
wonderful self and 
you'll excel at all you 
put your mind to. 
You're my favorite 
brother. 

Love, 

Judean 



Arthur Miner 




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Gregory, 

We can't believe that all this time has 

gone by and now you're graduating. 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Stacy & Katy 




Gregory Mcbharry 



Michelle, 

You've just walked the course. The 
"event" is about to begin. Ride w^ith 
pride, determination and an open 
mind. We 
know your 
many talents 
will deliver 
you great 
happiness 
and 

success. 
Love 

forever . . . 
Your 

Parents & 
Grandparents 

Michelle Andrews 



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Amy Marie Bellevue 

Capricorn 

1-19-78 

You're a beautiful human 

being. 

Who you are is more 

important than what 

you'll be. 

You have enriched our lives 

by being here. 
We wish you all the best this 

life has to offer. 
Stay unafraid to follow your 

dreams. 

Never say NEVER because 

nothing is impossible. 

Love You Forever, 
Dad, Mom & Michael 





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Dear Sharon, 
You have grown from 
a tiny dancer to a 
lovely young lady 
Your success and hard 
work have made us 
all proud. 
We feel very blessed. 
We wish that all your 
dreams someday 
come true. 
Remember the future 
is wide open for you - 
There are no limits. 
Keep Smiling and 
Enjoy Life Every Day. 

All Our Love, 
Dad, Mom, Brendan 
& Justin 



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Frank, 

We did good! 

Love, Dad 



Frankie, Congratulations! 

We are very, very proud 

of you! 

We knew you would do it! 

Go through life with the 

same strength and 

determination that you have 

had the last couple of years 

and you'll go places. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Matt, Tam, Dave 

& Cassie, Paul, 

Kay-Kay, & AUie 



Frank Ridge 



Dan- 
Congratulations to 
the last of the Keefe 

boys! 

We're very proud of 

you, Dan, and wish 

you much happiness 

and success. 

We love you. 

Mom, John, J.J. 

&Tim 




Daniel Keefe 




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Dear Meredith, 
We are very proud of all 
your accomplishments and 
the lovely young woman 
you have become. Never 
lose your ability to smile 
and keep your composure 
through life's ups and 
downs. We love you and 
wish you happiness and 
success in your future. 
Love, 
Mum and Dad 



Good Luck 

and 

Congratulations 

to our baby sister. 

We love you! 

Julie and Greg 




Meredith Owen 



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.201 




Krissy and Jen, 

Friends Forever. 

Good Luck 

and 

Congratulations ! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Shepherd and Pino 



Kristina Shepherd 
& Jen Pino 



Dear Keith, 
As you move ahead in 
life's journey, remember 
that we're with you all 
the way! We wish you 
health, happiness, and 
success in all that you 
do. We're proud of you 
today and always. 
Congratulations ! 
Love, Mom & Dad 




Keith Strachan 




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Dear Dehlia, 

We remember with great joy the 
day )^ou were born. Excitement 
mingled with fear as you grew 
and explored the world around 
you. Although you have grown 
and your world is much bigger, 
remember we will always be here 
watching out for you. May all 
your dreams come true. 

Love Always - Mom and Dad 

No matter where you wander 

No matter where you roam 

As you face the bid wide world, 

always remember you are not alone. 

We love you. 

God Bless - Nanna and Grandpa 




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Always remember the great love of your mother and father 
and you will go farther towards your goal in life. 
Much love - Grandma and Harry 



Dehlia Rose, 

The first child of my youngest sister. I think your mother 
cried every time you did. I just smiled for you were my angel. 
We had more fun making trains from the kitchen chairs. All 
the hugs and kisses. The young lady you have become is 
someone we are very proud of. 
Love - Aunt Karen and UncleTom 

These times bring mixed ideas. The feeling of completion can 
be overcome by the thought of beginning a new life. This 
position does not always make someone wiser or bolder, that 
takes time. We love to be there for you. You always have a 
home on Cape Cod. 

Love - Uncle Mark and Aunt Holly 




We wish you all the luck in the world. Remember we are always here for you. 
God Bless and Much Love - Aunt Noreen and Uncle John, Chris and Erik 

Dehlia Rose, 

May God bless you down any road you choose. We are very proud of you. 

Best of Luck. Love - Aunt Florrie and Brigett Scarlett 

Dear Dehlia, 

1 was your age when these pictures were taken. How quickly and beautifully you 

have grown! Stay healthy and happy. Always follow your heart. 

Love - Aunt Maureen, Uncle Steve and children 



Dehlia Rose Dennison 



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From the moment you 
entered each of our lives, 
there has been a special love 
that only you could bring. 
We are very proud of you and 
hope you always know love, 
joy, and happiness. 

All Our Love, 
Mom and Craig 



Clean your mess! 
Well, you did it. 
See ya in college. 
Glad to see youVe kept 
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To Beth 

(our little "Boo-pie" & "Punkin?") 

We're so proud of the young woman 

that was just yesterday our little girl! 

You've come a long way! 




Thinking of the new journey you are 
about to begin, these words from 
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"...in this world there's a whole lot of gold 
and in this world there's a whole lot of plain; 
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Meghan, 

You have been a joy, a constant 
source of pride. We will miss you 

tremendously when you are in 
college. Go and enjoy. You deserve 

all that 

you 

have 

earned. 

We love 
you! 

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Dad, 
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Troy 

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Karen: 

You have 
finally 
grown up 
to fill these 
shoes you 
tried to fit 
into such a 
SHORT 
TIME ago. 
We're very 
proud of 
the young 
woman 
you have 
become. 

May your heart always he joyful. 

May your song always he sung. 

May you build a ladder to the stars, 

and climb on every rung, 

May you stay Forever Young. 

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Dan, 

Remember all those fun times 
and great "Family Days." 
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Joe, 

Graduation is 
here. Praise 

God! 

Yet it's only 

the beginning 

of plans and 

dreams. 
What you've 
learned from 

your team 

sports is about 

more than just 

winning! 

You've already won our love and trust. 

We are so proud of you we could burst! 

Stay true to yourself and what you believe is 

right. 

As you've already learned, son, that's the 

source of all might. 

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Bobby, 

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all the wonderful and successful 
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Michelle, 

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You're Special, Danielle 

We love you and all that you do 

Our days are pleasant, problems few 

Your warm friendly style 

Shines right through your smile 

Dani, with you, this is true. 

There's nothing that you cannot do 

You're talented, bright and true blue 

You're special for reasons 

That last through the seasons 

You're unique in all that you do. 

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Melissa, 

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day you were 
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Lauren, 

Congratulations! 

We love you and 

are always proud of 

you. 

Wishing you 

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and Jessica 







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Love always. 
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office and yearbook advisor for many years, 
retired last summer. The yearbook staff and 
student body extend a special thanks for her 

contributions to Silver Lake. 



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The advisors of the yearbook, Evan 
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would like to thank all the parents 
and friends who purchased space in 
the 1996 yearbook. The parent ads 
offer parents a chance to present a 
special message to their senior and 
also help to defray some of the cost 
of the yearbook. Thank you for 
supporting the yearbook and shar- 
ing these wonderful memories with 
us. We also thank all those people 
who contributed their talents to the 
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As the yearbook draws to a close, I 
would like to thank the administra- 
tors and faculty for their support as 
well as all the students who worked 
on the 1996 Torch! I would espe- 
cially like to thank our advisors, Ms. 
Goldberg and Ms. Fitzwilliam. With- 
out their hard work, this book could 
not have been completed. To the 
class of 1996, 1 wish you luck, suc- 
cess, and happiness in your future 
and hope the memories preserved 
in this book will continue to enter- 
tain you for years to come. 
Sincerely yours. 




Matthew W. Johnson 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 




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I would like to thank all those who helped work 
on the 1996 yearbook. It wasn't always easy, but 
we did it! I would also like to thank Ms. Goldberg 
and Ms. Fitzwilliam for their help and guid- 
ance. We couldn't have done it without them. 
Thank you to all the administrators and faculty 
for your support and the valuable lessons you' ve 
given us through our high school career. Finally, 
I'd like to thank the whole senior class, without 
which there would not be a yearbook. I hope 
you have much happiness and success as you 
step into the "real" world. Good luck!! 
Sincerely, 



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The days have come and gone, Hke clockwork through the years. 

And by each others side we stood, through all the joy and tears. 

Now the time has come for us to go our separate ways. 

But, 1 know our paths will cross in not so distant days. 

So now that you are leaving, don't leave me behind. 

Always remember the friends we were lucky enough to find. 

I'll always be here waiting for a call from a friend. 

You'll always have my number until the final end. 

Saying goodbye is the hardest thing to do. 

But if we always keep in touch. 

It's something we'll never really have to do. 

- Jackie Voye 




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Closing 








French transportation workers strike against 
their government throughout the month of 
December, shutting down the airlines and the 
metro system, after France increases the 
retirement age from 50 to 55 and lengthens 
the work week from 37 to 39 hours in efforts 
to cut spending. 

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Wrap artist Christo creates 
"Wrapped Reichstag" for 
the city of Berlin by covering 
the former home of the German 
parliament with one million 
square teet of silver fabric 
in June. 



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Pope John Paul II visits New 
Jersey, New York and 
Maryland, and addresses the 
United Nations. He speaks out 
on social, economic, political 
and moral themes. 



In a powerful address to the 
U.N.'s Fourth World Conference 
on Women in Beijing. China, 
attended by 30,000 women from 
180 countries, U.S. First Lady 
Hillary Rodham Clinton declares, 
"Women's rights are human 
rights," to a desk-thumping, 
applauding audience. 



Shock waves hit the Middle East 
when Israeli Prime Minister 
Yitzhak Rabin is shot and killed 
while leaving a peace rally in Tel 
Aviv November 4. His murderer, 
Jewish extremist Yigal Amir, 
fanatically opposes peace 
negotiations with the Palestine 
Liberation Organization. 



Marxist Cuban President Fidel 
Castro abandons his Havana 
cigar and military fatigues for a 
suit and tie on a diplomatic visit 
to New York in October, where 
he tries to convince the U.S. to 
lift its 33-year-old trade embargo 
on still-communist Cuba. 



Madman Shoko Asahara, leader 
of the Japanese apocalyptic 
religious cult Aum Shinrikyo, is 
arrested on May 16 and charged 
with the Tokyo subway nerve-gas 
attack that left 12 people dead 
and injured 5,500 more in March. 




In late May, a doctor performs 
emergency surgery aboard British 
Airways flight 32 using a coat 
hanger, a knife and fork, and a 
scissors sterilized in brandy to save 
a woman whose life Is threatened 
by a collapsed lung. 



Tahitian protests escalate 
Into riots after France 
detonates a nuclear test device 
750 miles from the South Pacific 
island. France's September 
resumption of tests after a 
three-year moratorium brings 
global condemnation. 




Fifty years after the end of World 
War II, Japan remembers those 
killed by the atomic bomb 
dropped on Hiroshima. A solitary 
building left standing after the 
blast, now a memorial called the 
Atomic Bomb Dome, symbolizes 
the horrors of war and the price 
of peace. 



An earthquake kills 51 people 
on the resort-studded Pacific 
coast of Mexico. The quake 
measures 7.5 on the Richter 
scale and is felt 330 miles away 
in Mexico City. 



The first U.S. president to visit Northern Ireland, 
President Clinton receives a warm Christmas 
welcome for his show of support for peace between 
Irish Protestants and Catholics. 

Hurricane Marilyn inflicts millions of dollars of 
damage in the Virgin Islands in September Winds 
up to 1 27 miles per hour severely damage half the 
homes on St. Thomas. 




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Hope blooms for peace in Bosnia when Bosnia's President 
Izetbegovic (left) shakes hands with Serbia's President Milosevic 
on the opening day of the November cease-fire talks in Dayton, Ohio. 
Croatia's President Tudjman looks on. The ensuing Paris peace 
agreement of December sends 60,000 NATO peacekeeping troops to 
the war-torn country 




In November, the Republic of 
Ireland narrowly passes a 
referendum calling for an end 
to the country's 1937 
constitutional ban on divorce. 

While competing in an 
international balloon race in 
September, two hot air 
balloonists, one English and 
one American, are shot down 
when their balloon floats off 
course over Belarus. The 
Belarussian army sees the 
balloon as a security threat and 
fires without warning. The 
balloonists fall to their death. 

IVIore than four years after 
Desert Storm, Iraq's President 
Saddam Hussein remains in 
power, though two of his 
sons-in-law defect to Jordan 
on August 8 and call for 
Hussein's overthrow. 




Quebec, Canada's largely French- 
speaking province, defeats an 
October referendum on Quebec 
independence by a margin of 
less than one percent. 



In July, without public 
explanations, Burma's military 
rulers free the country's most 
famous political prisoner. Daw 
Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of the 
pro-democracy movement and 
Nobel peace laureate, after six 
years of house arrest. 




Russian figure skater Sergei 
Grinkov, 28, collapses and dies 
from a heart attack during 
practice with his wife-partner 
Ekaterina Gordeeva on 
November 20. The pair won two 
Olympic gold medals and four 
world pairs titles. 



Great Britain's Princess Diana 
shocks Buckingham Palace with 
a tell-all BBC interview. Defying 
royal protocol, she discusses her 
marriage to unfaithful husband, 
Prince Charles, her struggle with 
depression and bulimia, and an 
extramarital affair The majority 
of English people express their 
support and sympathy. 



Securities trader IMicholas 
Leeson is arrested in Germany 
in March 1 995 for fraud, forgery, 
and breach-of-trust. Leeson 
racked up a $1.32 billion loss 
that caused the collapse of 
Barings PLC, the 233-year-old 
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A San Francisco sewer line 
bursts under pressure 
from battering rainstorms, 
creating a monster sinl<tiole 
that swallows a $2-million 
house in the Sea Cliff district. 
One-hundred-miie-per-hour 
winds knock out power to 
tens of thousands of homes 
and nearly blow a truck off the 
Bay Bridge. 



hree days of drenching rains in the Pacific 
Northwest swell rivers to overflowing, caus- 
ing severe flooding in Washington in December, 
n the town of Carnation, a pastor conveys a 
woman to dry land with a wheelbarrow. 




African-American men from 
across the country converge 
on Washington, D.C.forthe 
Million Man March on October 
16. The march, led by Mation-of- 
Islam minister Louis Farrakhan, 
promotes African-American 
unity, dignity, and family values. 



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The federal government repeals 
the national 55-mile-per-hour 
highway speed limit, enacted In 
1974 during the oil embargo. 
The legislation allows states to set 
their own limits. On Montana 
highways, speed limits are 
eliminated completely. 



Air Force Captain Scott 
O'Grady (right) is rescued 
from pursuing Bosnian Serb 
forces by U.S. Marines on 
June 8, six days after his plane 
Is shot down over Bosnia. 
O'Grady survived on Insects, 
plants, and rainwater. 




U.S. Senator Bob Packwood of 
Oregon resigns on September 7, 
the day after ihe Senate Ethics 
Committee voted unanimously to 
expel him for sexual misconduct, 
embarrassingly detailed in his 
diaries, which were made public. 



The nation comes to a standstill 
on October 3 as more than 150 
million people watch live TV 
coverage of the outcome of the 
nine-month-long trial of the 
century. After less than four 
hours of deliberation, the jury 
finds former football star O.J. 
Simpson not guilty of the 
murders of his ex-wlfe Nicole 
and her friend Ronald Goldman. 




Illinois suffers a record heat 
wave in July, with temperatures 
as high as 104°. The heat takes 
the lives of 457 people 
statewide. At Wrigley Stadium, 
Jaime Navarro helps faithful 
Chicago Cubs fans stay cool. 



After a year of fame as a 
conservative revolutionary. 
Speaker of the House Nevrt 
Gingrich slumps in popularity, 
tainted by the government 
shutdown, his stalled Contract 
With America, and investigations 
into his political action com- 
mittee and his financial affairs. 



Two-thousand volunteer 
firefighters battle a raging 
wildfire in eastern Long Island, 
New York, for three days in 
August. The fire, following a 
21-day drought, consumes 
5,500 acres of pine barrens and 
damages a dozen homes. There 
are no injuries or fatalities. 



The image of firefighter Chris Fields holding 
one-year-old Baylee Almon, who later dies, 
connes to symbolize the horror of the April 19 
bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal 
Building that killed 150 adults and 19 children 



As more Americans invest, Wall Street enjoys a bull market. In November, the Dow-Jones Industrial 
Average hits 5000, a milestone indicating healthy corporate profits and low interest rates. 




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The government shuts down for six days in November after the 
President and Congress fail to agree on how to balance the 
federal budget. The shutdown affects non-essential federal services, 
including the National Park Service. A longer shutdown follows 
in December. 




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Despite Americans' doubts and 
fears, U.S. troops head for 
Bosnia in December. The 
20.000 U.S. forces, serving 
under NATO command beside 
40.000 European allies, face 
the task of keeping peace 
among the country's warring 
Serbs, Croats and Muslims. 

The State of South Carolina 
sentences Susan Smith to life 
in prison for the drowning 
murder of her two young sons 
in 1994. 

An anonymous donor sends 
St. Jude's Children's 
Research Hospital in Memphis 
$1 million In the form of a 
winning ticket from McDonald's 
November "Monopoly" 
sweepstakes game. 

In the wake of a growing 
number of random attacks from 
assailants with knives and 
guns, White House security Is 
forced to close Pennsylvania 
Avenue to traffic. 

After allegedly Ignoring federal 
pollution regulations for years, 
General Motors agrees under 
threat of an $11 -million fine to 
recall 500,000 Cadillacs at a 
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A record snovirfall paralyzes the 
East Coast in January 1996, 
stranding travelers and killing 
100 people. Seven states, from 
Virginia to Massachusetts, 
declare emergencies. 
Philadelphia gets 30.7 inches 
of snow. 



Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice 
of the U.S. Supreme Court from 
1969 to 1986, dies in June at 
age 87. Though appointed by 
President Richard Nixon, he 
ordered Nixon to turn over 
tapes in the Watergate hearings 
that effectively ended the 
president's career. 



The Washington Posf publishes 
a manifesto written by the 
unidentified killer known as 
"The Unabomber," at large 
since 1978 and wanted for 16 
mail bombs that have killed 3 
and injured 23. FBI agents 
scrutinize the article for clues to 
the bomber's identity. 




A Chicago commuter train slams 
into the back end of a loaded 
school bus. The accident, 
allegedly caused by a poorly 
timed stoplight placed too near 
the tracks, kills 7 students and 
injures 28 on October 25, 



American women celebrate the 
75th anniversary of the 19th 
amendment to the U.S. 
Constitution, which granted 
women the right to vote. 
Women's suffrage leader Susan 
B.Anthony (1820-1906) first 
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AS the result of an improperly 
cleaned test tube at a fertility 
clinic, a woman in the Metherlands 
gives birth to twin boys, each from 
a different father. 




A stunning photograph from the Hubble Space Telescope captures a 
moment in the birth of a star in the Eagle Nebula, 7,000 light years 
from Earth, Light from the young star's nuclear furnace lifts towering 
pillars of hydrogen gas and interstellar dust. 




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The world's first test-tube gorilla 
is born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 
October as part of an effort to 
save the western lowland gorilla, 
an endangered species that 
numbers fewer than 450 animals. 



Fossils of a jawbone (left) and 
leg bone (right) found in Kenya 
in August reveal a previously 
unknown species of upright 
hominid that lived four million 
years ago, pushing the 
emergence of bipedalism bacl< 
half a million years. Walking 
upright is a key adaptation that 
separates humans from apes. 




Media attention focuses on 
melatonin, a naturally occurring 
hormone used to induce sleep 
and slow the effects of aging. 
Lauded as a wonder drug, a 
kilogram of synthetic melatonin 
sells for as much as $1 0,000. 



In a procedure known as tissue 
engineering, scientists grow a 
human ear under the skin of a 
laboratory mouse. Researchers 
hope the procedure will play an 
important role in the future of 
transplant surgery. 




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In March, the Federal Drug 
Administration approves a chicken- 
pox vaccine. Rarely fatal, 
chicken-pox affects 3.7 million 
Americans annually. 



Archaeologists discover a 
3,000-year-old tomb in May 
that is believed to hold the 
remains of 52 sons of 
Ramses II, Pharaoh of Egypt. 



Researchers announce that 
they have isolated a gene in 
mice linked to obesity. Mice 
with a mutated OB gene are 
injected with the hormone 
leptin, resulting in dramatic 
weight loss. The public is 
tantalized at the prospect of 
leptin as a slimming treatment 
for use in humans. 




As a protective measure against 
counterfeiting in the era of digital 
publishing, the Treasury 
Department redesigns U.S. 
currency bills, to be issued over 
the next five years, starting early 
1996 with the new $100 bill. 



Former rivals in space become 
comrades in space after the 
historic docl<ing of the U.S. 
space shuttle Atlantis and 
Russia's M//-space station on 
June 29. Astronaut Robert 
Gibson (in red) greets 
cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov 



in June, volcanic eruptions give birth to a baby 
island. A new member of the Tonga Islands 
emerges near New Zealand, 900 feet high and 
140 feet wide. 




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The movie Apollo ^3 opens in 
the summer after filming 
many of its scenes inside MASA's 
"zero gravity" plane, which 
mimics the weightlessness 
astronauts experience in space by 
diving into a 23-second freefall. 



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After a decade-long search, 
scientists isolate what may be 
the most important cancer- 
related gene. The defective 
gene known as ATM is 
associated with cancers of 
the breast, colon, lung, 
stomach, pancreas and skin, 
and may be carried by two 
million Americans. 

Astronomers using the Hubble 
Space Telescope observe new 
moons orbiting the planet 
Saturn, adding at least 2 
moons and possibly 4 to 
Saturn's previously known 
total of 18. 

A team of French and British 
explorers believe they have 
found an ancient breed of horse 
previously unknown to 
scientists. In November, the 
four-foot high horse with a 
triangular head, which 
resembles the vanished horses 
of European Stone Age 
drawings, is named Riwoche 
for its home region In Tibet. 

October satellite photographs 
show the recent rapid 
deterioration of the earth's 
ozone layer above Antarctica. 
Pollutants produced mostly by 
the U.S. cause the hole in 
the atmosphere's protective 
layer to increase to the size 
of Europe. 



In November, Visa introduces a 
cash-storage card that 
eliminates a pocketful of loose 
change, A chip in the plastic card 
tracks the amount of available 
cash, which is accessed with a 
reader at the place of purchase. 
The card can be taken to the 
bank and reloaded. 



Now virtual reality comes in a 
handy travel size with Nintendo's 
latest. Virtual Boy, a portable 3-D 
video-game system with 
stereophonic sound. 



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New research shows that the meat-eating 
Tyrannosaurus rex did not loom upright, but 
stalked along lower to the ground. The discovery 
is reflected in the reopened exhibits of the famed 
dinosaur halls of New York's American Museum 
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With $150,000 saved during 
her 75 hardworl<ing years 
as a washerwoman, Oseola 
McCarty establishes a 
scholarship fund for African- 
American students at the 
University of Southern 
Mississippi. For her self- 
lessness, she Is awarded the 
Presidential Citizens Medal. 



Already well known for her 
appearances in Aerosmith 
music videos, 1 9-year-old Alicia 
Silverstone achieves stardom 
with the 1995 summer movie 
hit Clueless. 



Pamela Lee of "Baywatch" fame and husband 
Tommy Lee, Motley CriJe drummer, are the life 
of the party this year, frequently caught by the 
press engaging in public displays of affection. 

Trailblazer Shannon Faulkner (hand to head) 
withdraws from the Citadel after collapsing 
during "hell week." Faulkner singlehandedly 
attempted to bust the gender barrier at the 
all-male South Carolina military institution. 



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Millions of Americans tune in to 
Martha Stewart's TV show, 
subscribe to her magazine, and 
read her books. The popular 
cooking and home-decorating 
entrepreneur builds an empire by 
packaging a distinctive American 
nostalgic style. 




Bill Gates, founder and chairman 
of the computer giant Microsoft, 
becomes the wealthiest man in 
the world on the success of his 
company's software. His book 
The Road Ahead hits The New 
York Times best-seller list. 



Hot actor Antonio Banderas falls 
in love with another screen sex- 
symbol Melanie Griffith during 
the filming of Two Much. 
Banderas will co-star with 
Madonna in the film version of 
fwteand will star in Steven 
Spielberg-produced Zorro. 



Seventies superstar John 
Travolta's motion-picture 
comeback in the 1994 hit Pulp 
Fiction continues with starring 
roles In Get Shorty and 
Brol<en Arrow. 



Sandra Bullock follows up her 
star-making role in Speed with 
the gentle romance While You 
Were Sleeping. Bullock's fresh, 
wholesome image earns her an 
"Entertainer of the Year" 
nomination from Entertainment 
WeeWy magazine. 



America is disappointed in its liigh hopes for Colin Poweli's 1996 
presidential candidacy. At the close of his whirlwind book tour for 
My American Journey, the General and his wife Alma announce in 
November that he will not seek the Republican nomination. 



Stand-up comic and sitcom 
star Ellen DeGeneres makes 
the best-seller list with her book 
My Point. And I Do Have One. 




A 10-year-old St. Louis schoolboy, 
Larry Champagne III. becomes a 
hero by taking control of his school 
bus after the driver suffered a stroke. 
Champagne is later awarded a $1 0,000 
scholarship by the bus company. 



Christopher Reeve, in a 
wheelchair and hooked up to 
a portable respirator, appears 
with his wife, Dana, at the 
American Paralysis Association's 
annual gala on November 9, 
less than five months after a fall 
from a horse left him almost 
totally paralyzed. 



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Calvin Klein's provocative CK 
Jeans campaign causes an 
uproar in August, bringing 
nastv headlines, threats of 
retailer boycotts and an FBI 
investigation. The scandal only 
seems to help sales. 

Michael Jackson and Lisa 
Marie Presley announce their 
divorce almost a year after 
their surprise marriage. The 
tabloids have a field day 
speculating about the reasons 
for the marriage (was it a cold- 
hearted career move?) as well 
as the causes for the break-up 
(was he after Elvis' fortune?). 

Breaking the Surface, the 
autobiography of Greg 
Louganis, former U.S. Olympic 
gold-medal diver who revealed 
earlier that he has AIDS, debuts 
at No. 2 on the best-seller list. 

Popcorn magnate Orville 
Redenbacher, who transformed 
popping corn Into a gourmet 
Item, dies on September 19 
from heart failure. 

Two Chinese women set a new 
Gulness world record In 
November by living In a room 
for 12 days with 888 poisonous 
snakes. The previous world 
record, set In Singapore in 
1987, was 10 days with 
200 snakes. 



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Actress Demi Moore becomes 
the highest paid woman in 
Hollywood, able to command 
$12.5 million per movie, even 
after this year's flop at the box 
office 77)6 Scariet Letter, loosely 
based on Hawthorne's classic. 



Favorite of America's heartland 
for his You Might Be A Redneci< 
If... jokes, Georgia-born stand-up 
comic and author Jeff Foxworthy 
gets his own ABC sitcom in 
which he plays himself. 




Model Beckford Tyson, singled 
out by Ralph Lauren for his all- 
American looks, signs an 
exclusive contract with the 
fashion designer in 1995. 



Miss Oklahoma Shawntel Smith 
is crowned Miss America on 
September 16. During the 
broadcast of the 75th pageant, 
viewers phone in their votes to 
retain the swimsuit competition. 




John F Kennedy, Jr., is 
cofounder and editor-in-chief of 
George, a glossy new magazine 
covering American politics. 
Hounded all his life by the press, 
Kennedy joins their ranks, 
contributing a feature interview 
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The fifth actor to play 007 in the enduring film 
series begun in the 1960s, Pierce Brosnan 
abandons his Aston Martin for a BMW Z3 
Roadster in Goldeneye, the latest and, some 
say, best James Bond movie. 

Three 1995 movies bring Jane Austen classics 
to the silver screen: Clueless, based on 
Austen's novel Emma, and Sense and Sensibility 
and Persuasion. 



Batman Forever, with Val 
Kilmer in the title role and 
Chris O'Donnell as Robin, 
becomes the third Batman 
movie and the summer's top- 
grossing film. 




Disney Pictures continues its 
line of animated 
blockbusters with the Native 
American legend Pocationtas. 
The picture previews in New 
York's Central Park to an 
outdoor audience of 200,000. 



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After an unpromising start, 
Conan O'Brien quietly gains 
popularity as host of NBC's "Late 
Night," a slot previously filled by 
David Letterman. Letterman's 
current show on CBS slowly 
loses viewers. 



Whitney Houston stars in the 
December film release, Waiting 
to Exhale, adapted from Terry 
McMillan's best-selling novel 
about the lives of four middle- 
class African-American women. 
Houston sings the title song for 
the movie soundtrack, which 
enjoys brisk sales. 



Denzel Washington, critically 
acclaimed for his performances 
in films Crimson Tide and Devil 
in a Blue Dress, receives highest 
praise from the City of Los 
Angeles, which honors him with 
the Martin Luther King, Jr., 
Award for his philanthropic work 
on behalf of children. 



Although ABC cancels her TV 
series "My So-Called Life," 
17-year-old Claire Danes hits the 
big screen in How to Make an 
American Quilt To Gillian on Her 
37th Birthday, and Romeo and 
JulietmVn Leonardo DiCaprio 
as her co-star. 



In the suspense-thriller Seven, 
heartthrob Brad Pitt attracts a 
wide male audience with his 
performance as a detective on 
the trail of a serial killer whose 
murders are based on the seven 
deadly sins. 



NBC'S hospital drama "E.R." continues to 
draw higti ratings throughout 1995 thanl<s to 
its dramatic realism and the appeal ot handsome 
George Clooney (middle right), supermodel 
Cindy Crawford's latest date. 





Disney Entertainment spends 
$19 billion to purchase the ABC 
television network in July. 



Toy Story is the world's first 
entirely computer-animated 
film. Released by Disney during 
the Christmas season, it features 
the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim 
Allen, and Don RIckles. 



Jim Carrey earns $20 million for the starring 
role in the comedy Ace Ventura: When 
Nature Calls, a sequel to the extraordinarily 
popular Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. 

The popular NBC TV series "Friends" returns 
for a second highly rated season. Its 
runaway success inspires less successful 
imitations by other networks. 



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MTV introduces "Singled Out," 
an over-the-top dating game 
show where contestants ask 
random, pointless questions of 
a crowd of suitors, siglit 
unseen, until tfie zany answers 
liave eliminated all but that 
one perfect love match. 

According to a Roper Youth 
Poll, the two hottest TV shows 
among teens this season are 
the daytime soap "Days of Our 
Lives" and the evening soap 
"Melrose Place." 

"The Jon Stewart Show," a 
late-night talk show aimed at 
Generation X, fails to catch on. 
During the final taping, host 
Stewart says, "To all those 
people who said my show 
wouldn't last, I have only one 
thing to say. Good call." 



Sam Jones, Gamma/Liaison 




Devoted fans will not be denied 
another season of NBC's sitcom 
"Seinfeld" after all. Creator Jerry 
Seinfeld decides to keep his 

"show about nothing" 
^ going for an 

-<|^^ eighth season. 



Ten years after creating the 
popular comic strip "Calvin and 
Hobbes," cartoonist Bill 
Watterson retires in December 



Horror-fiction author Stephen 
King signs a deal with Signet 
books to release his upcoming 
story, The Green Mile, as a 
paperback series. 



Fox TV's "The X Files" stars 
David Duchovny as an FBI agent 
who investigates supernatural 
phenomena. The show becomes 
a surprise hit, giving millions of 
viewers reason to look forward to 
staying home on a Friday night. 




Blues Traveler emerge from 
the underground scene to 
widespread popularity witii tiieir 
album foorand the single 
"Run-Around." 




Their down-to-earth style and 
soulful pop songs make 
Hootie and the Blowfish popular 
favorites. Their debut album 
Cracked Rear View sells over 5 
million, and the group is named 
Best New Artist at the MTV 
Music Awards in September 



Cleveland-based rap group 
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony vault 
to the top of the charts with 
some old-fashioned harmonizing 
on the album E. 1999 Eternal. 

Yoko Ono and Little Richard 
join a host of celebrities at 
the opening of the glitzy Rock- 
and-Roll Hall of Fame and 
Museum in Cleveland on 
September 1 . 



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Twenty-year-old Canadian 
newcomer Alanis Morissette 
raises some eyebrows with her 
up-front, aggressive lyrics and 
attitudes. Nevertheless, her 
album Jagged Little Pill goes 
double platinum. 



Sixties icon Jerry Garcia, 
guitarist of The Grateful Dead, 
dies of a heart attack on August 
9 at age 53. Garcia's musical 
roots in blues, country and folk 
are apparent in hits like 
"Truckin'." Legions of 
Deadheads mourn his passing. 



Brandy, whose self-titled 
platinum album and single "I 
Wanna Be Down" hit high on the 
R&B charts, sweeps the first 
Soul Train Music Awards in 
August The 16-year-old singer 
wins Best New Artist, among 
other awards. 



Beatlemania returns in 1995 with 
ABC's six-hour documentary The 
Beatles Anthology, the video 
releases of A Hard Day's Night 
and Help! and the album 
collection Anthology, featuring 
previously unreleased material. 



The chart-topping movie 
soundtrack Dangerous Minds 
features Coolio's rap anthem 
"Gangsta's Paradise," the 
number-one single of the year 
according to Billboard magszm. 



.£'1 ive dedicate their single 
L"Llghtning Craslies" to 
victims of tfie Oklahoma City 
bombing. The rock band's 
Throwing Copper album yields 
three hit singles: Billboard Music 
Awards names them Rock Artist 
of the Year. 



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The Chicago-based reck band Smashing Pumpkins 
release their epic double album Mellon Collie and the 
Infinite Sadnessto critical and public acclaim. 




Atlanta's TLG is honored at the 
Billboard Music Awards for 
providing two of the year's biggest 
hits. "Creep" and "Waterfalls" both 
lead the Hot 100 singles charts 
for weeks. 




Former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl plays a new 
sound as guitarist and lead singer in the Foo 
Fighters, an alternative rock band that enjoys three 
singles off their self-titled debut album in 1995. 



Mariah Carey's Daydream 
sells over 5 million copies, 
taking number-one spot on the 
Billboard a\b\}m chart. Carey 
performs with Boyz II Men on 
the hit single "One Sweet Day." 



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R.E.M.'s summer lour is 
interrupted by medical 
emergencies tor three of ttie 
hand's four members. The tour, 
their first In five years, is 
eventually completed with all 
membeis in good health. 

In October, David Bowie and 
Nine Inch Nails wrap up the 
U.S. portion of Bowie's world 
tour. At each show, Bowie and 
Trent Reznor's band play a set 
together. In December, Bowie 
tours Europe with Morrissey as 
his opening act. 

The Red Hot Chili Peppers tone 
down their trademark 
bawdiness in their newest 
album, One Hot Minute. 



A hard-luck story turns into 
overnight success in the case of 
Canadian Shania Twain, born in 
poverty to an Irish mother and 
an Ojibway Indian father. Twain's 
1995 hits include "Whose Bed 
Have Your Boots Been Under?," 
"Any Man of Mine" and the title 
tunetoher3-million-selling 
album The Woman In Me. 




Success doesn't mellow the style 
of alternative rock band Green 
Day, who release their anxiously 
awaited fourth album Insomniac, 
their fastest and darkest album 
to date. 



Seal's hit off the Batman Forever 



movie soundtrack, "Kiss From a 
Rose," is all over the summer 
playlists. The single propels the 
artist's self-titled album to the 
double-platinum mark. 



With the record-setting sales of 
his album Fresh Horses, only 
three musical acts in U.S. history 
outsell country music icon Garth 
Brooks: the Beatles, the Eagles, 
and Billy Joel. 



Selena, the 23-year-old Tejano 
music queen, is gunned down in 
Corpus Christi in March 1995 by 
Yolanda Saldivar, former 
president of her fan club. The 
July release of a collection of 
Selena's hits. Dreaming of You, 
sees some of the fastest sales in 
music history. 




International soccer star 
Michelle Akers, world's top 
woman player, leads the U.S. 
women's soccer team to a 2-1 
sudden-death victory over 
Norway in the U.S. Cup title 
game in August. 



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In Super Bowl XXX, the heavily favored 
Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh 
Steelers 27-1 7. Dallas cornerback Larry 
Brown ices the game for the Cowboys with 
the second of his two interceptions, and is 
named MVP for his heroics. 



The most controversial moves are 
off the field this season as the 
Cleveland Browns NFL franchise 
announces its move to Baltimore 
and the Houston Oilers announce 
their move to Nashville, 



In May 1995, Peter Blake's 
I Team New Zealand in "Black 
Magic 1" defeats Dennis 
Conner's team in "Young 
America" in the first 5-0 sweep 
in the 1 44-year history of the 
America's Cup. 





Jeff Gordon, 24, dominates the 
National Association for Stock 
Car Auto Racing's Winston Cup, 
winning 7 of NASCAR's 31 races 
and earning $4.3 million in 1995, 
a record for the sport. 



The University of Nebraska 
demolishes the University of 
Florida, 62-24, in the 1996 Fiesta 
Bowl to win their second 
consecutive national college 
football title and cap 
Cornhuskers coach Tom 
Osborne's 23rd season. 



The Houston Rockets, led by 
center Hakeem Olajuwon, win 
their second consecutive 
National Basketball Association 
championship in June, sweeping 
the series with the Orlando 
Magic in four games. 



Twenty-one-year-old tennis 
champ Monica Seles, returning 
to competitive play two years 
after being stabbed at a 
tournament in Germany, wins 
the 1995 Australian Open. 



Hall-of-Famer Mickey Mantle, a 
switch-hitter and one of the great 
sluggers in baseball history, dies 
of cancer on August 13. Mantle 
hit 536 home runs in his 18-year 
career and compiled a lifetime 
batting average of .298. 



The National Basketball Association fines the Chicago 
Bulls $25,000 when Michael Jordan wears his previously 
retired number 23 jersey for luck during championship 
playoffs against the Orlando Magic in May 1995. 



The Atlanta Braves edge the 
Cleveland Indians 1-0 in game 
six to win the World Series on 
October 28. Closing pitcher Mark 
Wohlers leaps for joy. 




German tennis star Steffi Graf, 
who won three of five Grand 
Slam titles in 1995, ends the 
professional tennis season 
ranked number one in the world. 

National Basketball Association 
referees strike against the league 
for much of the autumn. Fill-in 
officials spark complaints of 
substandard refereeing. 



In September, Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripkin, Jr, 
achieves a record-setting 2,131 consecutive games. 



Ric Stewart. Allsport 





Former L.A. Lakers point guard 
Earvin "Magic" Johnson 
announces a return to 
basketball in January 1996. 
Johnson retired in 1991 
when he discovered he was 
HIV positive. 

The Northwestern University 
Wildcats— long a gridiron 
laughingstock— pile up ten 
victories in 1995 and go to the 
Rose Bowl for the first time 
since 1949. 

In his first fight in four years, 
former world heavyweight 
champ Mike Tyson disposes of 
challenger Peter McNeeley in 
89 seconds. Tyson, who in 
March finished a three-year jail 
term for a rape conviction, 
earns $25 million for the 
August boxing match. 

Pete Sampras, winner of the 
1995 men's singles 
championships at Wimbledon 
and the U.S. Open, ends the 
professional tennis season with 
a number-one world ranking. 



Master of the sinking fastball 
and still learning to speak 
English, L.A. Dodgers pitcher 
Hideo l\lomo, formerly with 
the Kintetsu Buffaloes in 
Japan, is named Rookie of 
the Year Nomo is the 
second Japanese-born 
player to join the U.S. 
major leagues, and the 
, first All-star. 



Known for his temperamental 
personality, his many tattoos and 
his aggressive playing style, 
basketball center Dennis 
Rodman (91) debuts with the 
Chicago Bulls after his trade 
from the San Antonio Spurs. 



For a record fifth straight time, 
Miguel Indurain of Spain wins 
the 22-day, 2,270-mile Tour de 
France, the world's premier 
bicycle race. On the 1 5th day of 
the race, Italian road-race champ 
Fabio Casartelli is killed in a 
seven-man crash. 



Betsy King wins her 30th 
tournament on June 25 and 
gains entry to the Ladies' 
Professional Golf Association's 
Hall of Fame, one of the most 
difficult attainments in sports. 



Quarterback Dan Marino of the 
Miami Dolphins sets four life- 
time passing records during the 
1995 football season: 47,003 
yards, 342 touchdowns, 3,686 
completions and 6,467 attempts. 




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The most recent fad in purses 
takes the form of small 
backpacks. 



Designer water 
spreads to the 
pet world. Doting 
pet owners buy 
tuna-flavored 
bottled water for 
Fluffy and beef- 
flavored bottled 
water for Spot. 




Diners are treated to variations 
on theme cafes, as Hard 
Rock Cafe is joined by Fashion 
Cafe, Planet Hollywood, Harley- 
Davidson Cafe, and London's 
Cyberia Cafe 
where patrons 
sip coffee and 
surf the 
Internet. 





Young people continue to follow the 
wide-leg jeans trend, forsaking tight 
jeans for a loose baggy fit. 



A first in ^ 
the long, 
popular history of 
M&M's candies: a new blue 
M&M joins the colorful candy- 
coated mix. 





Americans consume culture and history 
as attendance at America's 8,000 
museums climbs to 600 million people per 
year, more than movie, theater, and sports 
attendance combined. 




Logo-wear reaches a new level 
of sophistication. Among the 
reigning makers of athletic wear, 
only Mike can spark recognition 
without the use of its name. 



The tattoo craze leads to some regre 
but recent laser developments keep 
people from being marked for 
life. Pulsed laser light, a different 
wavelength for each color in the 
tattoo, removes pigment without 
leaving scars. 



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Girly things enjoy a surge in 
popularity with young women, 
who wear baby barrettes, knee 
socks, tiny t-shirts, little jumpers, 
and funky Mar!,'janes, and kid 
around with "Hello Kitty" 
accessories. 



Taking her place among 
controversial talk-show hosts as 
the "Oprah for the junior set," 
Ricki Lake speaks to such 
concerns as, "Mom, when my 
boyfriend gets out of jail, I'm 
taking him back." 



The angel message of "fear not" 
strikes a deep chord with 
Americans' yearning for spiritual 
growth and comfort in a stressful 
time. People enjoy angel 
collectibles, angel sites on the 
Internet, and angel books and 
magazines. 



"Some pretty cool people drink milk" is the message carried by a 
high-profile ad campaign featuring a raft of popular celebrities 
sporting a white upper lip on behalf of the healthy beverage. The 
milk-moustache effect is created with latex, a rubber-based paint. 



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O'CONNELL • PAT O'CONNOR • CHRIS O'MEARA • SHANNON ORCUTT • BETH 
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•JASON PARADISE* STEPHANIE PARROTTA • MATT PATTS • KERRY PEACH • MATT 
PEARCE^ JOE PECK* TRACY PENDERGAST • CHRISTINA PETERSON • ELIZABETH 
PETITPAS • MELISSA PHIPPEN • JENNIFER PINO • MELISSA PIZZIMENTI • JUSTIN PLEAU 

• AMELIA POOLE • LAURA PREECE • CHRISTOPHER PRIOLA • ALAN PROVOST • 
SCOT RABOSKY • LAUREN RADUC • TIM RAFFERTY • CHRIS RAMSDELL • FRANK 
RIDGE • TIM RIEL • JASON ROBBINS • SARAH ROBERTS •TODD ROBINSON 'CRAIG 
ROGERS • ROBERT ROSANO • NEAL ROTTACH • JEREMY ROWE • CARRIE RUIT • 
KASEY RUSSELL • SEAN RUSSELL • WILLIAM RUSSELL • JOE RUSSO • LINDSAY RUSSO • MATT RYALLS • ANDREW 
SABA • ANDREA SACCO • ALLISON SANDA • JENNIFER SARNO * NICK SAVITSKI * RYAN SCANLON * JESSICA SCOTT 

• ELIZABETH SEATON • CHARLES SERGIO • SUZANNE SHAW • DAVID SHEA • BETH SHELDON • KELLY SHEPHERD 

• KRISTINA SHEPHERD • EMILY SHIAVONE • ROBERT SHORT • WES SHURTLEFF • MATT SILVA • SHAYNE SILVA 

• DAWN SIMMONS • HOLLY SIMONSON • DAN SMITH • AMANDA SNOW • AMY SNOW • JOSHUA SNOW 

• MAH SNYDER • ANDREW SPATH • KIM STANDISH • RYAN STEELE • MATT STEVENS • KAREN 

STEVENSON • KEITH STRACHAN • CARLIE SULLIVAN • GREGORY SULLIVAN • SHEILA 

SULLIVAN • DANIEL SWEET • SHANNON SWIFT • STEVEN SWINHART • MATTTEUTEN 

• ELIZABETH THURBIDE • BRIAN TICE • MIKE TRACEY • ALYCIA TRAVALINE • 

KEVIN VAUGHN • MIKE VICKERY • DAWNELLE VILLIARD • JACQUELINE 

VOYE • STEVEN VU • AMANDA WAGNER • BERNADETTE WAITT • 

JASON WALLACK • CHRIS WALSH • DAN WALSH • SUSANNAH 



WARREN • CRYSTAL WEIDNER • ELIZABETH WELCH • CHRIS 
WELDON • HANNAH WHIPPLE • LISA WIDDOP • LISA WIGGIN • JESSICA 
WILLCUTT • KENNY WILLCUTT • JARED WILLIAMS • TIM WILLS • JESSICA 
WOODBURY • JOSHUA WOODS • JESSICA WOZNIAK • MAGGIE WRIGHT • KRISTINA 
YANNIZZI • PAUL YASKONIS • CHRISTIAN YOUNG • TOM YOUNG • MATT ZAGRODNY • 
CHRISTINE ZALESKI • MATT ZANSTUCK • JASON ZLOGAR • BRANDI ABRAHAM • CHERYL 
ADAMS • TIMOTHY AKINS • BRIAN ALBERTI • GABRIEL ALLEN • MARTIN ALLEN • TAMAR ANDRESON 
• MICHELLE ANDREWS • TIM ANTONIOTTI • TUCKER APPLE • MATT ARIETA • JEFF ARMSTRONG • KERRY 
ARNOLD • DAN AUSTIN • ARON AVENELL • ROBERT BADORE • JOEL BAILEY • MATT BALLANTINE • MATT BASLER 
• KEN BATES • MICHELLE BEARSE • GENE BELIVEAU • AMY BELLEVUE • ERIC BELTRAMINI • WILLIAM BEST • KRISTEN 
BETTS • JODI BILLINGS • JONATHAN BIRD • ALLISON BLACK • KEVIN BLAKEMAN • JOSHUA BOMBARDIER • RACHEL 
BOULEY • STEPHEN BRENNAN • EMILY BRISTOL • DAMIAN BROWN • SHEILA BUCKINGHAM • JILLIAN BUTLER • BOB 
CALLAHAN • TOM CAMPBELL • DANIELLE 
CARDOOS • ALLISON CAREY • JAIME CAREY 

• JASON CASAVANT • CHRISTYN 
CIFUNI • KERIN CLOW • BOB COFFEY • MATT 

• NICK CONDON • CHAD CONNELL • DANIEL 
COOKE • NICK CORREIA • SARAH COSMAN 

• STEVE DAME • ANDREW DARSCH • PATTL 
DELOACH • EILEEN DELTUFO • DEHLIA 
DIAUTO • MELISSA DICKSON • TENIKA 
DION • JENNIFER DOW • GWYNNE DOYLE • 

• GAYLE DURANT • ANDREW DWYER • 
BRIAN EVANS • MARYBETH FABIAN • 
FERNANDES • BARRY FIGLIOLI • JANE 
FRATES • DENISE FREEMAN • MARLANA 
GARRON • LISA GAUL • MATT GHILARDI • 
KATIE GIBBS • GERARD GLOVER • ROB 
GOLDMAN • NICOLE GOMES • GABRIELLE 
GONSALVES • RACHEL GORE • SIOBHAN 

GOWEN • MELISSA GREEN • MATT GUEVREMONT • JENNIFER HALL • JEANETTE HARBINSON 

• MICHELLE HARDIMAN • KELLY HARKINS • JESSIELEE HARRIS • MELISSA HARRIS • MELISSA 
HEARN • TANESHA HENRY • MATT HESTER • MATT HILLERY • BILLY HINCHEY • MONICA HORTON 

• RICHARD IKASALO • JEFFREY JACOBSON • PAMELA JAMESON • JAIME JANKOWSKI • SUZANNE 
JENKINSON • JOCELYN JENNINGS • MATT JEROME • HOPE JESSE • DAVID JOHNSON • KATE JOHNSON 

• MATT JOHNSON • SARAH JOHNSON • SCOTT JONES • LYDIA KANTOR • DANIEL KEEFE • BRIAN KELLEY 

• DAN KELLOGG • BETH KELLY • KIMBERLY KELLY • RICHARD KELLY • MARK KENERSON • KEVIN KENNEDY 

• KRISTIANE KEPNER • COURTNEY KERRIGAN • MICHELLE KING • JULI KLAUS • JEFFREY KNOWLES • MARK 
KOMEJKO • ERIC KRAFT • RYAN KRESSER • MEGHAN KYLE • DANIELLE LABRECQUE • DAN LAFFEY • BRIAN LAKOTA 

• ADAM LAVALLEY • JASON LAVA LLEY » JUL IE LAWSON • JEFFREY LAY • ROB IN LEA « ST EVEN LECLAIR • ADAM LEE 

^ " ECCA LEWIS 



CUSHMAN LIBRARY 

SILVER LAKE REGIONAL H.S. 

KINGSTON, MA 02364 



CAPPELLA • NICHOLAS CARBONE - 

• ANDREA CARNABUCI • KRISTEN CARTER 
CHAMPAGNE • L7\URA CHRISTIE •MICHELLE 
COHEN • RAYNE COLE • HERBRAY COLLINS 
CONNOLLY • SAMANTHA COOK • GEORGIA 

• JON CROWLEY • JENNIFER CUNNINGHAM 
ANN DAVIDSON • JASON DELAPPE • NAOMI 
DENNISON • SUZANNE DESELLIER • JILLIAN 
DICKSON • SHAWN DINSMORE • SCHAUN 
MIKE DOYLE • JIM DREW • JULIE DUPONT 
LEANNE EDELMAN • JESSICA EKLUND • 
MARLENA FEDERICI • STEPHEN 
FLANNERY • JASON FOLEY • ANDREW 



•JIE LEE 'ANDREA LEONARD 

• MATT LINDE • SHARON U 
SABRINA LONGO • MARLAri' 
CHARLES MACPHERSON 
MAGUIRE • CARRIE MAHO 
MANNING • CHRISTINA MAN' 
MARTIN • JOE MASCIO • LISA 
REBECCA MCBRIDE • KEN 
MCDERMOTT • WILLIAM 
TOM MCGUINNESS • NICOLj 
SELMA MECHOVIC 
MILLIAS • ARTHUR 
MOSCA • ERICA MULHERN • 1 
MURPHY • JENNIFER MURPF 
NEE • NICOLE NELCH • JEN^ 
BEN NODDIN • JESSICA NO! 
O'MEARA • SHANNON ORCl 
PALMA«MIKEPALMACCI»BRIy 

• MATT PATTS • KERRY PE, 
•CHRISTINA PETERSON •ELI 
PLEAU • AMELIA POOLE • LAURA PREECE 



1996 YEARBOOK 



CUSHMAN LIBRARY 

SILVER LAKE 

REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 

KINGSTON, MA 02364 



DEMCO 



JAMES UBBY 

ON • JOSEPH LOCKWOOD • 

lANCE • KATIE MACK • 

:TER MAGUIRE • RICHARD 

CRYSTAL MANNAI • GREGG 

RICHARD MAPI • ANGELA 

) • DANIELLE MCAULEY • 

CARTHY • ALLISON 

DEN • PETER MCGRATH • 

RA • GREG MCSHARRY • 

• SARAH MILLER • PETER 

KEVIN MOBERG • LAUREN 

;EN • KIM MULRAIN • ERIN 

NDRA MURRAY • ROBERT 

VTON • TRANG NGUYEN • 

PAT O'CONNOR • CHRIS 

MEREDITH OWEN • BOB 

ilSE^ STEPHANIE PARROTTA 

'ECK^ TRACY PENDERGAST 

lUSSAPIZZIMENTI^ JUSTIN 

SCOT RABOSKY • LAUREN 

SARAH ROBERTS • TODD 

- CARRIE RUIT • KASEY 



CHRISTOPHER PRIOLA • ALAN PROVOST 
RADUC • TIM RAFFERTY • CHRIS RAMSDELL • FRANK RIDGE • TIM RIEL • JASON ROBBINS 
ROBINSON • CRAIG ROGERS • ROBERT ROSANO • NEAL ROTTACH • JEREMY ROWE 

RUSSELL • SEAN RUSSELL • WILLIAM RUSSELL • JOE RUSSO • LINDSAY RUSSO • MATT RYALLS • ANDREW 

SABA • ANDREA SACCO • ALLISON SANDA • JENNIFER SARNO • NICK SAViTSKI • RYAN SCANLON 

• JESSICA SCOTT • ELIZABETH SEATON • CHARLES SERGIO • SUZANNE SHAW • DAVID SHEA 

• BETH SHELDON • KELLY SHEPHERD • KRISTINA SHEPHERD • EMILY SHIAVONE • 

ROBERT SHORT • WES SHURTLEFF • MATT SILVA • SHAYNE SILVA • DAWN 

SIMMONS • HOLLY SIMONSON • DAN SMITH • AMANDA SNOW • AMY SNOW 

• JOSHUA SNOW • MATT SNYDER • ANDREW SPATH • KIM STANDISH • 

RYAN STEELE • MATT STEVENS • KAREN STEVENSON • KEITH 




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